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Do liquids have momentum?
Does the shape of an object affect the rate at which it will fall?
Do thicker substances protect objects better than thin substances?

Do liquids have momentum?

Does the shape of an object affect the rate at which it will fall?
Yes, the shape affects the amount of fluid friction (drag) that opposes the motion.

Do thicker substances protect objects better than thin substances?
usually, but not necessarily. .


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