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Which of these is the best example of translational motion? A. a coin spinning on a desk B. a leaf blowing across the field C. a car in a parking lot with its engine running D. a ballerina standing on one foot b

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    A translational motion is when an object moves from one place to another. 3 of those choices are static meaning they do not move. Which one here does move?

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