"Two ideal bullets, identical in shape, size and mass, strike the same target with the same speed just before the collision. Force meters at the target register two times the force value for bullet A compared to bullet B, yet none of the force meters are faulty.Explain the reason behind this"
I really don't understand this. aren't the bullets supposed to have the same force even after collision since they have the same shape, size, mass and speed? am I missing something here? the only answer i can come up with is that one bullet has twice acceleration than the other.