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Which of the following leads to the conclusion that momentum is conserved?
proportionality between weight and mass
equal magnitude and opposite direction of action-reaction pairs of forces
equivalence principle
relation between translation and rotation of an object that is rolling

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sooo...do you understand the question?

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not really... Proportionality between weight and mass would make sense but I'm really not sure sorry :/

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dnt worry ...its cool..thanks though :)

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The answer is
'equal magnitude and opposite direction of action-reaction pairs of forces'
as a matter of fact, Newton's second law\[F=ma=m\frac{dv}{dt}\]is better stated as\[F=\frac{dp}{dt}\]where p is momentum. This makes Newtons third law become\[F_a=-F_r\to\frac{dp_1}{dt}=-\frac{dp_2}{dt}\]which suggests conservation of momentum.

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