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Yes , because a large object takes up more space than a smaller object larger object has more space inside it. It will depend on if the ball is flat.

Q: Does a large object always have a greater mass than a small object?

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It's relative to what you define as a small object.

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Unless you have an extremely small house or an extremely large pencil a house has a greater volume than a pencil.

Momentum is a function of velocity and mass, therefore, assuming a "large" bus has more mass than a "small" car the bus would have more momentum since the velocities are the same.

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a larger object

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It's relative to what you define as a small object.

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no it will not be greater are greater it does not matter

Because of the large object has more surface area.

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The diameter of the large intestine is greater than that of the small intestine.