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In the diagram above, the arrows represent momentum. A larger arrow indicates more momentum. Which of the following best describes how the balls will move after ball A collides with ball B? (1 point)
1. Ball A will bounce off of ball B and roll to the left, and ball B will continue to roll to the right.
2. Both balls will roll to the left.
3. Ball A will stop moving, and ball B will continue to roll to the right.
5. Both balls will roll to the right. ( #1 is my answer here)

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  1. I'm thinking it would be 3 not 1. Because when 2 marbles collide A stops B goes..
    Hoped this helped ;)

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  2. May is wrong. :[

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