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one object has 2xmass of another, does it also have 2x velocity, inertia, volume, or grav. acceler.?
Question asked by: carryme

Asked on: 07 Sep 2009

Momentum = mass x velocity

Therefore it can be seen that if one object has twice the mass of another, this does not affect its velocity or volume but does mean that it has twice the inertia

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