# 9th grade

A bowler rolls a 5 kg bowling ball down a magical frictionless bowling alley. The ball accelerates at an average rate of 2 m/s^2. How much force did the bowler apply to the ball?

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2. A bowling ball loses momentum of 0.5 kg x m/s when it hit some pins. How much momentum did the pins gain

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3. 1. A bowler rolls a 5 kg bowling ball down a magical frictionless bowling alley. The ball accelerates at an average rate of 2 m/s^2. How much force did the bowler apply to the ball?

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4. 10 Newtons

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