a. The wall exerts the same force on both balls since they both bounce back from the same wall in both experiments.

b. The wall exerts a greater force on the 5 kg ball than on the 2 kg ball since a greater force is required to cause the heavier ball to bounce back from the wall.

c. The wall exerts a greater force on the 2 kg ball than on the 5 kg ball since the force from the wall on each ball is equal to the force that each ball exerts on the wall.

d. The answer cannot be determined without knowing the distance each ball rolls before coming to rest.

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