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Two bouncy balls colliding with each other is an example of what type of collision? A. Inelastic collision B. Mass collision C. Elastic collision D. Parallel collision
Two bouncy balls colliding with each other is an example of Elastic collision.
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Writing in the active voice will allow you to: write more lively sentences.
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