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JTfan2000
 one year ago
A bug traveling north splatters on the windshield of a car that is traveling south. The bug is now moving south. According to Chapter 12, explain the collision in terms of Newton’s third law and the resulting acceleration for both the car and bug.
JTfan2000
 one year ago
A bug traveling north splatters on the windshield of a car that is traveling south. The bug is now moving south. According to Chapter 12, explain the collision in terms of Newton’s third law and the resulting acceleration for both the car and bug.

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johnnyq
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2The bug splatters because the momentum of the car is bigger (more mass). The car's acceleration slows a bit
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