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A fast-moving massive car has a head-on collision with a slow-moving light car. Upon which is the impulse greater?
A) The massive car.
B) The light car.
C) Impulse is the same on both.
D) More information is needed to correctly answer this.

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    Force is equal and opposite (Newton #3)
    time the same
    so
    magnitude of momentum change the same.

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