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In terms of impulse and momentum, why are airbags in automobiles a good idea?
A.)Airbags actually do not help if a car is in an accident.
B.)They increase the amount of force involved in a collision.
C.)They decrease the amount of time for a collision to happen.
D.)They increase the amount of time for a collision to happen.
E.)They decrease the mass of the car.

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