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A coastal grizzly bear weighs 408 kg and is running at 30 km/h to catch a bus. What is the magnitude of the momentum of the grizzly bear?
We will use the equation: momentum (p) = mass (m) in kilograms X velocity (v) in meters per second
p = 408kg X (30km/1h) X (1h/3600s) X (1000m/km) = 3400 kg•m/s
Average weight of grizzly bear: Grizzly Bear. In Wikipedia. Retrieved on January 22, 2019.
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