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Q: According to Newton’s First Law of Motion, if you roll a ball in a straight line in an open field, what will happen to the ball? A. The ball will continue on forever. B. The ball will
slow down. C. The ball will not change its velocity. D. The ball will speed up.
A: According to Newton’s First Law of Motion, if you roll a ball in a straight line in an open field, what will happen to the ball? the answer is A. The ball will continue on forever.
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According to Newton’s First Law of Motion, if you roll a ball in a straight line in an open field, what will happen to the ball? the answer is A. The ball will continue on forever.
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