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i'm thinking A need 2nd opinion A pool player hit a ball with a mass of 0.25kg. The ball travels at a velocity of 15 m/s for 0.75 s until it hits the side of the pool table. What additional information is required to determine the ball's weight? A. the distance to the nearest pocket in the table B. the value in m/s² of gravity acting on the pool ball C. the force of inertia acting on the pool cue D. the displacement of the pool ball

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    brb and will give medal

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    uh-oh

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    what

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    idk sorry

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    according to the gO_Ogle your answer is wrong..

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