Two blocks with different masses are dropped, hitting the ground with the same velocity. Which of the following is true? A.) They have same change in kinetic energy but different changes in velocity B.) The heavier object started at a smaller height. C.) They started at the same height. D.) The lighter object started at a smaller height. E.) They have same change in velocity but different changes in kinetic energy.

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T3 2.1.) Two blocks with different masses are dropped, hitting the ground with the same velocity. Which of the following is true?

A.) They have same change in kinetic energy but different changes in velocity
B.) The heavier object started at a smaller height.
C.) They started at the same height.
D.) The lighter object started at a smaller height.
E.) They have same change in velocity but different changes in kinetic energy.
 
 
 

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