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The momentum is conserved.

The Law of Momentum conservation states that the total amount of momentum is constant, meaning the value does not change.

Example, in a collision of two objects, the total momentum before the collision is equal to the total momentum after the collision.  That is, for example, if first car lost a momentum, the second car in a collision gained the momentum lost by the first car.
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