Kiran’s suggestion is correct. The mass of the insect is very small when compared to the mass of the car. As per the law of conservation of momentum, the total momentum before the collision between the insect and the car is equal to the total momentum after the collision. Therefore, the change in the momentum of the insect is much greater than the change in momentum of the car. Akhtar’s suggestion is also correct, since the mass of the car is very high, the force exerted on the insect during the collision is also very high. Rahul’s suggestion is also correct, as by the third law of motion, the force exerted by the insect on the car is equal and opposite to the force exerted by the car on the insect. However, Rahul’s suggestion that the change in the momentum is the same contradicts the law of conservation of momentum.