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Q: A 17.00 kg bowling ball moving at 12.0 m s down the lane?
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What quality of a bowling ball enables it to plow through a set of pins without slowing down?

The bowling ball does slow down. Momentum is conserved. It's just that it's a heavy ball so it has a lot of momentum, and the pins are light so overall the ball doesn't slow down enough for us to notice.

What is a bowling ball?

A bowling ball is a ball that is used in the game of bowling, where you roll the ball down an aisle and try to knock down as many pins as you can.

What is a bowling lane?

It is the isle you roll your ball down when bowling

The energy associated with a bowling ball knocking down bowling pins is?

The bowling ball transfers its kinetic energy (energy of movement) to the stationary bowling pins.

What force causes a bowling ball to roll down the hill?

No. Speed and force cause a bowling ball to roll down a lane. Friction may cause a bowling ball to change course on a lane though, and also slow it down.

Will a bowling ball or a golf ball hit the ground first from two rooms high?

If air resistance can be ignored (and it probably can from 2 rooms high) then both the bowling ball and golf ball will hit the floor at the same time. Although the bowling ball is harder to get moving than than the golf ball (it has more mass), the bowling ball also has a greater force pulling it down than the golf ball (as measured by its weight). The result is that both objects have the same acceleration.

Why is a bowling ball bettter for knocking down pins than a ping pong ball?

The bowling ball is better for knocking down pins because it is larger and alson has a larger mass

What are uses of friction?

Friction is when you roll a bowling ball down an bowling alley or when you kick a soccer ball. Hope this helped

When a bowling ball collidies with a bowling pin?

it tries to knock all the pins down

When a bowling ball collides with a bowling pin what happens to the force?

it knocks the pins down.

Why was the bowling ball made?

To knock down the pins.

If a bowling ball and ping-pong ball are rolled down the highway at identical speed which ball has the greatest amount of kinetic energy?

The bowling ball because it has more mass