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A force of 200 N acts on a 7.20-kg bowling ball for 0.350 s. Calculate its change in velocity.

7.20/0.350
= 20.57 m/s

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asked by Jon
  1. Why would dividing mass/time give you a quantity that is supposed to be meters/second?

    Start with impulse = (momentum change)

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