anonymous
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30. If two swimmers compete in a race, does the faster swimmer develop more power? (2 points)
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anonymous
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The faster swimmer doesn't develop more power, it already has more power. This makes it the faster swimmer.
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is this a physics question?

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noo math
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what do you mean by "power"
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The faster swimmer doesn't develop more power, it already has more power. This makes it the faster swimmer.

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