Q: What is the mass of a bus?

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The mass of the bus without children is 10 tonnes..

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The bus has more momentum. Momentum is velocity times mass, if both vehicles are travelling at the same speed then they have the same velocity, but the bus full of people will have more mass. Therefore the mass component of the bus in the equation will be higher than that of the car, giving a higher overall momentum.

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