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Posted by Mallory on Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 1:43pm.

An inexperienced catcher catches a 128 km/h fastball of mass 134 g within 1.01 ms, whereas an experienced catcher slightly retracts his hand during the catch, extending the stopping time to 10.1 ms. What is the average force imparted to the two gloved hands during the catches of the inexperienced catcher?
What is the average force imparted to the two gloved hands during the catches of the experienced catcher?

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