# physics

A 0.150-kg ball, moving in the positive direction at 12 m/s, is acted on by the impulse of 4N*s what is the balls final velocity

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1. Which direction is the impulse? the same direction?

initial momentum+ impulse= final momentum

that is if in the same direction.

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