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Kinetic energy is transferred from a bowling ball to a bowling pin, causing the pin to fly away at a much higher speed than the bowling ball. What does this tell you about the bowling pin?(1 point)
The pin has much less kinetic energy than the bowling ball.
The pin has a much lower mass than the ball.
The pin has a much higher mass than the ball.
The pin has more kinetic energy than the bowling ball.

Why is a small car less safe in a collision with a large truck?
When kinetic energy is transferred, it will have a greater effect on the car that has _____ (1 point)
less velocity.
less mass.
more kinetic energy.
less friction.

A billiard ball collides with another billiard ball, transferring all of its kinetic energy. What will happen after the collision?(1 point)
The second ball will come to a stop, just like the first ball.
The second ball will move away at the same speed because it has the same mass.
The second ball will move away at half the speed because the kinetic energy is divided between the two balls now.
The second ball will move away twice as fast because it has the kinetic energy from both billiard balls.

A heavy weight is resting on a mattress. A much lighter weight is dropped onto the mattress, and the larger weight moves slightly. How can this be explained?(1 point)
The small mass transferred a large amount of kinetic energy to the large mass, making it move slowly.
The large mass absorbed the kinetic energy rather than moving.
The small mass transferred a small amount of kinetic energy to the large mass, making it move slowly.
The small mass kept its kinetic energy rather than transferring it to anything.

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  1. My answers are:
    1.The pin has a much lower mass than the ball.
    2.less mass.
    3.The second ball will move away at the same speed because it has the same mass.
    4.The small mass transferred a small amount of kinetic energy to the large mass, making it move slowly.

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  2. Thank you for time ;)

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  3. 1. B The pin has a much lower mass than the ball.
    2. D Less mass.
    3. B The second ball will move away at the same speed because it has the same mass.
    4. B The small mass transferred a small amount of kinetic energy to the large mass, making it move slowly.
    100%

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  4. dont use his answers there gonna get you a 40

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  5. than whats the answer

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  6. Yoo bruvs what are the correct answers??

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  7. Aight I'm finna take the test and I'll be back to tell you the correct answers

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  8. My questions were out of this order so I'm not going to put the letter.
    1. The pin has a much lower mass than the ball
    2. Less mass
    3. The second ball will move away at the same speed because it has the same mass
    4.The small mass transferred a small amount of kinetic energy to the large mass, making it move slowly.

    Took one for the team boys, you're welcome!

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  9. You are right I checked your answers

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  10. Lynn is right guys. Thanks :)

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  11. Anonymous is 100% correct thank you so so much 😘

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  12. Thank you Lynn! I got a 100%

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  13. Lyn is right!

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  14. Lynn is right 4/4!!! Thxxx- even for connexus

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  15. Lynn is correct!
    You took one for the boys!

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  16. lynn is right

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  17. What was her answer? I just saw questions so I'm confused

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  18. Nevermind I got it

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  19. Thank you @Lynn, you are 100% correct

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  20. Lynn and anonymous are correct they put the same answer's follow there answers there correct

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  21. Lynn thxs soooooo much

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  22. Anonymous is right

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