# physical science

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17. In the Mass in Motion lab, you rolled a ball down a ramp to see how far it moved a cup. What did this experiment demonstrate? (Points : 3)
An object´s momentum increases with velocity.

An object´s momentum decreases with velocity.

An object´s mass increases velocity.

I think ~ An object´s mass decreases velocity.

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