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# . The students can conclude that the impulse was greater in the first experiment because the egg broke.

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Question: Students perform an experiment in which they drop two eggs with equal mass from a balcony. In the first trial, the egg hits the ground and breaks. In the second trial, the egg hits a foam cushion and does not break or bounce. The impulse was greater in the first experiment because the egg broke. The impulse was greater in the second experiment because the egg did not break. The impulse was the same in both experiments because the egg came to a stop. The impulse cannot be determined without the mass and velocity of the eggs. can you answer the following question? What conclusions about impulse can the students make based on the answer choices above? prove your answer is right

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Based on the answer choices, the students can conclude that the impulse was greater in the first experiment because the egg broke, and the impulse was greater in the second experiment because the egg did not break. However, the impulse was the same in both experiments because the egg came to a stop. This can be proved by the fact that impulse is the product of the mass and the change in velocity of an object, which was the same in both experiments.

Jan. 6, 2023, 9:16 a.m.

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