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a student throws a ping-pong ball with a mass of 15g up in the air and it reaches a max height of 4.5m, so...what is it's momentum when it reaches max height?
Question asked by: rebotco76

Asked on: 10 Mar 2010

Mass = momentum x velocity...

is that right?

Long time since I ever did physics.

You can tell I don't really know but maybe you can use that one to help? Sorry.

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Replied at: 11 Mar 2010
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