# An air bubble inside an 8.0-cm-diameter plastic ball is

## Problem 34.69 Chapter 34

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Problem 34.69

An air bubble inside an 8.0-cm-diameter plastic ball is 2.0 cm from the surface. As you look at the ball with the bubble turned toward you, how far beneath the surface does the bubble appear to be?

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Conservation of Momentum  Momentum­ how much and how fast something is moving. (=mass x velocity) o Object can have a large momentum by having a large mass or a large velocity. o Momentum is a vector o Units are kg m/s o Change in the momentum of a system with time=Net force on the system  Isolated system­ system where the...

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