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Homework Help: PHYSICIAL SCIENCE

Posted by Anonymous on Friday, May 3, 2013 at 9:27am.

JAGGER APPLIES A FORCE TO THE BASEBALL AS HIS ARM MOVES A DISTANCE OF 1.0 M USING A RADAR GUN THE COACH FINDS THAT THE BALL HAS A SPEED OF 18M/S AFTER IT IS RELEASED A BASEBALL HAS A MASS OF 0.15KG CALCULATE THE FORCE THAT JAGGER APPLIED TO THE BALL

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