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# Two football players collided on a field and neither of themgot pushed back. If we know that player A has a weight of 1500 Nand was moving at 2 m/s and player B has...

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###### Two football players collided on a field and neither of themgot pushed back. If we know that player A has a weight of 1500 Nand was moving at 2 m/s and player B has a mass of 150 kg, thenwhat was player Bâ€™s velocity?30.56 m/s3.11 m/s2.03 m/s0.54 m/s

Two football players collided on a field and neither of them got pushed back. If we know that player A has a weight of 1500 N and was moving at 2 m/s and player B has a mass of 150 kg, then what was player Bâ€™s velocity? 30.56 m/s 3.11 m/s 2.03 m/s 0.54 m/s #### Similar Solved Questions

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