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A Bowling ball is harder to get moving and harder to stop than a hollow rubber ball of the same size. The bowling ball is also heavier, that is, it is pulled downward with greater force: but weight is an effect of gravity, while inertia is not. The two seem to go together in some way, and the next section examines this further. It may work!!!

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