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# What has smaller mass cricket ball or balloon?

Updated: 9/20/2023

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### Which is having a higher value of momentum - a bullet of mass 10G moving with a velocity of 400m's or a cricket ball of mass 400G thrown with the speed of 90km?

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### What mass can a hot hot-air balloon carry?

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