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Arrange the amount of momentum of these objects from the most momentum to the least momentum. When placing the objects in the correct order, record the value of their momentum.

1. A 0.4 kg baseball thrown by a major league pitcher at 120 m/s.
48kg*m/s

2. A 0.04 kg bullet traveling at 260 m/s.
10.4kg*m/s
3. A 4,200 kg truck moving at 3 m/s.
12600kg*m/s
4. A convertible sports car with a mass of 1,600 kg, cruising at 12 m/s.
19200kg*m/s

Are the answers correct? Also, how would i order them?

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