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answer yes or no to weight, velocity,speed,& mass. 2 identical planes taveling @ 300 km/hr in opposite directions both have the same:
weight-yes, velocity-no, speed-yes, mass-yes. velocity is a no, correct?

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    lol i need help so you guys are soooo dumb

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