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If a 20 year old woman and a 2 year old girl bump into each other which one would experience more of the force of the impact and fall?
2 year old
i need help with b
Yes, now consider how that applies to A
B. Which can you throw faster a tennis ball or a bowling ball?
Correct. So that takes care of B. Do you still need C?
ok if you throw the tennis ball and the bowling ball against a window which will do more damage?
bowling ball since it is heavier
so would is be question b for the answer
What does acceleration mean?
In order to answer the question you have to understand what the words mean to answer it. quickly look up acceleration
rate of change of velocity of an object
yes and what does that mean in your own words?
the change of how something is moving
yes, and in the case with trowing the balls, they went from (stopped) 0 mph, to fast . . . say 15 mph. They changed their speed.
so for c that answer comes from b right
I'm not sure what you mean. You have to understand what they all mean in order to answer them. Why did the big girl make the little girl fall. Why did the tennis ball go faster, and why did the bowling ball do more damage? All three questions are trying to get you to consider how mass affects objects.
so is that the anwser
Well, that depends on how well you understand the concept. Tell me in your own words, How these answers explain the probable damage that each vehicle might suffer.
a tells you the damage it received from force b tells why the small car had more acceleration because it is lighter
Yes, so D is asking, How much damage is the small sports car going to do to the truck more massive truck, and how much damage will the big truck do to the little car?
the small car is not going to do much damage to the massive truck because of mass
Correct, the little car will do less damage, because the little car has a smaller mass than the larger truck.
What will be the effect on the car from the force of the truck? That is still part of the question in D
you mean c
lol, yes C
you have it.
Glad to help