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physics
A 0.145 kg baseball pitched at 35.0 m/s is hit on a horizontal line drive straight back toward the pitcher at 52.0 m/s. If the contact time between bat and ball is 1.00*10 to the -3, calculate the average force between the ball and bat during contact.
December 19, 2011 by Amelia

Physics
A 0.145 kg baseball pitched at 38.0 m/s is hit on a horizontal line drive straight back toward the pitcher at 55.0 m/s. If the contact time between bat and ball is 3.40×10−3 s, calculate the average force between the ball and bat during contact.
November 8, 2010 by brian

Physics
A 0.145 kg baseball pitched at 37.5 m/s is hit on a horizontal line drive straight back toward the pitcher at 48.0 m/s. If the contact time between bat and ball is 3.50×10^−3 s, calculate the average force between the ball and bat during contact.
November 10, 2010 by Linda

physicss
A 0.145 kg baseball pitched at 44.0 m/s is hit on a horizontal line drive straight back toward the pitcher at 52.0 m/s. If the contact time between bat and ball is 3.00 ✕ 10-3 s, calculate the average force between the ball and bat during contact.
January 29, 2015 by Bob

Physics
A 0.145 kg baseball pitched at 39.9 m/s is hit on a horizontal line drive straight back toward the pitcher at 52.0 m/s. If the contact time between r the bat and ball is .001 s, calculate the average force between the ball and bat during contact. I know the answer is 13300 N, ...
January 27, 2015 by Anonymous

Physics
A .145kg baseball pitched at 39m/s is hit on a horizontal line drive straight back toward the pitched at 52m/s. If the average force the bat exerts on the ball is 13,200N, how long did the collision last?
May 9, 2012 by Sarah

physics- please respond !
A 0.130kg baseball pitched at 35.5 m/s is hit on a horizontal line drive straight back at the pitcher at 50.5 m/s . Part a: If the contact time between bat and ball is 4.25×10^−3 , calculate the magnitude of the force (assumed to be constant) between the ball and bat. ...
June 1, 2012 by katie

physics- please respond
A 0.130kg baseball pitched at 35.5 m/s is hit on a horizontal line drive straight back at the pitcher at 50.5 m/s . Part a: If the contact time between bat and ball is 4.25×10^−3 , calculate the magnitude of the force (assumed to be constant) between the ball and bat. ...
June 1, 2012 by katie

Physics
A 0.15kg baseball pitched at 30 m/s is hit on a horizontal line drive straight back at the pitcher at 46.0 m/s. If the contact time between bat and ball is 5x10^-3 s, calculate the force (assumed to be constant) between the ball and bat. [Hint: impulse!] I did FΔt = Δ...
May 18, 2014 by Cat

Physics
Now assume that the pitcher in Part D throws a 0.145-kg baseball parallel to the ground with a speed of 32 m/s in the +x direction. The batter then hits the ball so it goes directly back to the pitcher along the same straight line. What is the ball's velocity just after ...
October 24, 2010 by Eden

college physics
Now assume that the pitcher throws a 0.145 kg baseball parallel to the ground with a speed of 32 m/s in the +x direction. The batter then hits the ball so it goes directly back to the pitcher along the same straight line. What is the ball's velocity just after leaving the bat ...
March 11, 2010 by Anonymous

Physice
I got all but this problem, I A 0.145-kg baseball is pitched at 42.0 m/s. The batter hits it horizontally to the pitcher at 58 m/s. A. Find change in momentum? Is it =.145*58-(-.145*42)=1.45-kg m/s? B. If bat and ball are in contact for 4.6 x 10-4 s, what is average force ...
February 14, 2010 by Nate

Physics
I got all but this problem. A 0.145-kg baseball is pitched at 42.0 m/s. The batter hits it horizontally to the pitcher at 58 m/s. A. Find change in momentum? Is it =.145*58-(-.145*42)=1.45-kg m/s? B. If bat and ball are in contact for 4.6 x 10-4 s, what is average force ...
February 14, 2010 by Nate

Physics
A baseball pitcher delivers a fastball that crosses the plate with an angle of 7.89 degrees relative to the horizontal and a speed of 87.5 mph. The ball (mass 0.145 kg) is hit back over the head of the pitcher at an angle of 38.03 degrees with respect to the horizontal and a ...
March 1, 2015 by Kathy

Science
A 0.5-kg baseball is pitched at 45 m/s and is struck by a bat and sent back toward the pitcher at -45 m/s. If the ball is in contact with the bat for 0.0025 seconds, how hard does the bat hit the ball? What forces act on the ball after the bat hits it?
November 15, 2011 by Horace

physics
A regulation 145 g baseball can be hit at speeds of 100 mph. If a line drive is hit essentially horizontally at this speed and is caught by a 65 kg player who has leapt directly upward into the air, what horizontal speed (in cm/s) does he acquire by catching the ball?
October 28, 2009 by Student1

physics
If an 75-kg baseball pitcher wearing frictionless roller skates picks up a 0.145-kg baseball and pitches it toward the south at 40 m/s, how fast will he begin moving toward the north?
March 31, 2011 by olga

physics
A 0.145 kg baseball is pitched at 42 m/s. The batter hits it horizontally to the pitcher at 58 m/s. GIVEN: m = 0.145 kg v = 42 m/s batter v = 58 m/s a. Find the change in momentum of the ball. p = mv p = (0.145)(42) p = 6.09 --> What velocity would I use? Would i use the ...
December 25, 2009 by Heart

physics
A 0.145-kg baseball pitched horizontally at 27 m/s strikes a bat and is popped straight up to a height of 38 m. If the contact time between the bat and the ball is 2.35 ms, calculate the average force [exerted by the bat on the ball] during contact. [Let the positive axis lie ...
February 19, 2013 by m

physics-momentum
A 0.145-kg baseball pitched horizontally at 39 m/s strikes a bat and is popped straight up to a height of 31 m. If the contact time between the bat and the ball is 2.35 ms, calculate the average force [exerted by the bat on the ball] during contact. [Let the positive axis lie ...
February 21, 2010 by Anonymous

physics for scientists and engeneers I
A 0.145-kg baseball pitched horizontally at 27 m/s strikes a bat and is popped straight up to a height of 43 m. If the contact time between the bat and the ball is 2.35 ms, calculate the average force [exerted by the bat on the ball] during contact. [Let the positive axis lie ...
February 15, 2011 by Johnathon

physics
A baseball mass of 150.0g, is thrown by the pitcher toward the home plate with a velocity of 45.0 m/s. it is hit back at the pitcher with a velocity of 60.0 m/s, what is the average force on the bat, if the ball and bat are in contat for a time of 100.0 ms? What is the change ...
March 1, 2011 by candice

physics
A pitcher throws a 0.141-kg baseball toward the batter so that it crosses home plate horizontally and has a speed of 42 m/s just before it makes contact with the bat. The batter then hits the ball straight back at the pitcher with a speed of 50 m/s. Assume the ball travels ...
November 30, 2015 by king

physics
A(n) 0.163 kg baseball is thrown with a speed of 9.37 m/s. It is hit straight back at the pitcher with a final speed of 16.7 m/s. What is the magnitude of the impulse de- livered to the ball? Answer in units of kg · m/s.
February 27, 2011 by Maria

Physics
A(n) 0.187 kg baseball is thrown with a speed of 29 m/s. It is hit straight back at the pitcher with a final speed of 22.3 m/s. What is the magnitude of the impulse delivered to the ball? Answer in units of kg · m/s
April 23, 2012 by Sarah

Georgia Highlands college
Estimate the average force that a baseball pitcher's hand exerts on a 0.145-kg baseball as he throws a 39-m/s pitch. Assume the pitcher accelerates the ball through a distance of 3.0 m, from behind his body to where the ball is released and ignore the air resistance.
October 23, 2014 by willis

physics
A baseball is pitched at 40 m/s. The batter hits the ball directly back at the pitcher at 50 m/s. What is the magnitude of the acceleration of the ball if it was in contact with the bat for 1/30s. Answer says 2700m/s^2
January 25, 2011 by Nathan

physics
suppose a major league pitcher can throw a baseball at about 45 m/s (about 100mph). IF a baseball has a mass of .55kg. Suppose that the batter hits the ball straight back at the pitcher at 55 m/s. If the bat is in contact with the ball for only .055 second, what size force ...
August 20, 2012 by Anonymous

algebra
in the past professional baseball was played at the astrodome in Houston, Texas. the astrodome has a maximum height of 63.4 m. the height of a baseball t seconds after it is hit straight up in the air with a velocity of 45 ft/s is given by h = -9.8t + 45t + 1. will a baseball ...
April 11, 2013 by anon

physics
A fast, measured pitched baseball left the pitcher's hand at a speed of 49.0 m/s. The pitcher was in contact with the ball over a distance of 1.59 m and produced constant acceleration. (a) What acceleration did he give the ball?
September 4, 2011 by Adnane

Physics
The gravitational force exerted on a baseball is 2.28 N down. A pitcher throws the ball horizontally with velocity 12.0 m/s by uniformly accelerating it along a straight horizontal line for a time interval of 177 ms. The ball starts from rest. (a) Through what distance does it...
February 15, 2014 by Joe

Algebra 1-- I do not understand
To find a baseball pitcher's earned run average (ERA), you can use the formula Ei = 9r, where E represents ERA, i represents number of innings pitched, and r represents number of earned runs allowed. Solve the equation for E. What is a pitcher's Era if he allows 5 earned runs ...
September 30, 2013 by Anonymous

Math
A baseball pitcher has pitched a total of 25 innings so far during the season and has allowed 18 runs. At this rate, how many runs, to the nearest hundredth, would he allow in nine innings? This number is called the pitcher’s earned run average, or ERA. b. Randy Johnson of the...
October 7, 2013 by Jamie

Physics
I am having alot of difficulty with this problem,any help would be greatly appreciated. A baseball of mass 145 g leaves a pitcher’s hand at 96.6 mi/h (1 mi/h = 1.609km/h), but due to air resistance, it arrives at home plate 60.0 ft away (1 ft = 0.3048 m) traveling at 95.3 mi/h...
March 26, 2012 by bobby

Physics
A fast, measured pitched baseball left the pitcher's hand at a speed of 48.6 m/s. The pitcher was in contact with the ball over a distance of 1.44 m and produced constant acceleration. I know that t=(Vf-Vi)/a based on a kinematic equation. Also, I setup: 1.44=Vi(t) + 0.5at^2 I...
September 23, 2015 by Skylar

physics
Hi: I need help with the following physics problem. Can you explain it to me? Thank you, The fastest measured pitched baseball left the pitcher's hand at a speed of 50.0 . If the pitcher was in contact with the ball over a distance of 1.50 and produced constant acceleration, (...
October 21, 2010 by Dave

Physics w/ Calc
A baseball approaches home plate at a speed of 43.0 m/s, moving horizontally just before being hit by a bat. The batter hits a pop-up such that after hitting the bat, the baseball is moving at 54.0 m/s straight up. The ball has a mass of 145 g and is in contact with the bat ...
October 16, 2011 by Lauren

Physics
Instead of standing in the back of the lane and rolling the ball toward the pins like most people, you place a 5kg bowling ball at rest at the back of the lane and try to hit it toward the pins with a perfectly elastic collision using a 1kg ball rolling at 5 m/s from a 25 ...
May 2, 2014 by Michelle

Physics - Inelastic Collisions
The speed of a pitched baseball is 46.0m/s. You want to know how fast is your school's star baseball pitcher could throw. You make a pendulum with a rope and a small box lined with a thick layer of soft clay, so that the baseball would stick to the inside of the box. The rope ...
September 20, 2010 by Shaila

Physics - Inelastic Collisions
The speed of a pitched baseball is 46.0m/s. You want to know how fast is your school's star baseball pitcher could throw. You make a pendulum with a rope and a small box lined with a thick layer of soft clay, so that the baseball would stick to the inside of the box. The rope ...
September 22, 2010 by Shaila

Physics
A baseball pitcher can throw a baseball at a velocity of 44.5 m/s. If the mass of the ball is 0.12 kg and the pitcher has it in his hand over a distance of 1.79 m, what is the average force exerted by the pitcher on the ball? Any ideas?
September 26, 2011 by Please Help!!!

physics
A baseball pitcher throws a baseball with a speed of 48 m/s . In throwing the baseball, the pitcher accelerates it through a displacement of about 3.5 m, from behind the body to the point where it is released how long was it in the air before returning to earth?
January 21, 2016 by linds

physics
A baseball pitcher can throw a baseball at a speed of 42 m/s. If the mass of the ball is 0.12 kg and the pitcher has it in his hand over a distance of 1.9 m, what is the average force exerted by the pitcher on the ball?
March 18, 2009 by cbrown

Physics
A baseball pitcher can throw a baseball at a velocity of 44.5 m/s. If the mass of the ball is 0.12 kg and the pitcher has it in his hand over a distance of 1.79 m, what is the average force exerted by the pitcher on the ball?
September 26, 2011 by Anon

Physics
A baseball is hit at 29.0 m/s at an angle of 50.0° with the horizontal. Immediately an outfielder runs 4.90 m/s toward the infield and catches the ball at the same height it was hit. What was the original distance between the batter and the outfielder?
October 12, 2011 by Preston

Physics
A baseball is hit at 26.0 m/s at an angle of 58.0 degrees with the horizontal. Immediately an outfielder runs 4.30 m/s toward the infield and catches the ball at the same height it was hit. What was the original distance between the batter and the outfielder?
October 16, 2007 by Susan

Help with Physics PLEASE
A baseball is hit at 29.0 m/s at an angle of 50.0° with the horizontal. Immediately an outfielder runs 4.90 m/s toward the infield and catches the ball at the same height it was hit. What was the original distance between the batter and the outfielder?
October 12, 2011 by Preston

physics
A baseball pitcher throws a baseball horizontally at a linear speed of 41.3 m/s. Before being caught, the baseball travels a horizontal distance of 15.4 m and rotates through an angle of 52.7 rad. The baseball has a radius of 3.74 cm and is rotating about an axis as it travels...
April 9, 2014 by Anonymous

Physics
A pitcher throws a baseball with a horizontal velocity of 132 ft/s (90 mph) toward home plate that is approximately 60 ft. away. What is the vertical drop of the ball when it reaches the plate? g = 32 ft/s^2.
February 26, 2013 by Dan

physics
A baseball pitcher throws a baseball horizontally at a linear speed of 50.6 m/s. Before being caught, the baseball travels a horizontal distance of 24.9 m and rotates through an angle of 54.5 rad. The baseball has a radius of 3.43 cm and is rotating about an axis as it travels...
June 23, 2014 by Anonymous

winterWx
A 0.30-kg softball has a velocity of 12 m/s at an angle of 30° below the horizontal just before making contact with the bat. What is the magnitude of the change in momentum of the ball while it is in contact with the bat if the ball leaves the bat with a velocity of 17 m/s, ...
February 23, 2007 by Physics/Math

science math practice
a pitcher throws a 0.145-kg baseball at a velocity of 30.0 m/s. how much kinetic energy does the ball have?
March 8, 2012 by celeste

science math practice
a pitcher throws a 0.145-kg baseball at a velocity of 30.0 m/s. how much kinetic energy does the ball have?
March 8, 2012 by celeste

college
A baseball pitcher throws a baseball with a speed of 38 . In throwing the baseball, the pitcher accelerates the ball through a displacement of about 3.5 , from behind the body to the point where it is released Estimate the average acceleration of the ball during the throwing ...
September 20, 2010 by Anonymous

physic
a baseball pitcher throws a baseball with a speed of 4m/s.Estimate the average acceleration of the ball during the throwing motion.In throwing the baseball,the pitcher accelerates the ball through a displacement of about 3.5m,from behind the body to the point where it is ...
June 23, 2011 by noah

physics
A 145-g baseball travels at 35 m/s toward a baseball player's bat (the bat is the object of reference) and rebounds in the opposite direction at 40 m/s
December 10, 2014 by Anonymous

h.s. physics
a baseball pitcher throws a baseball with a speed of 38m/s. estimate the average acceleration of the ball during the throwing motion,. in throwing the baseball, the pitcher accelerates the ball through a displacement of about 3.5 m from behind the body to hthe point where it ...
April 15, 2012 by JACK

h.s physics
a baseball pitcher throws a baseball with a speed of 38m/s. estimate the average acceleration of the ball during the throwing motion,. in throwing the baseball, the pitcher accelerates the ball through a displacement of about 3.5 m from behind the body to hthe point where it ...
April 15, 2012 by JACK

physics help !
a baseball pitcher throws a baseball with a speed of 38m/s. estimate the average acceleration of the ball during the throwing motion,. in throwing the baseball, the pitcher accelerates the ball through a displacement of about 3.5 m from behind the body to hthe point where it ...
April 15, 2012 by JACK 33

physics
a .415 kg baseball is pitched at 42 m/s. the batter hits it horizontally to the pitcher at 58 m/s. a) find the change in momentum of the ball. b) if the ball and bat were in contact for 4.6*10^-4 s what would be the average force while they touched?
January 31, 2011 by skhan

Physics
A 0.149-kg baseball is pitched a 40 m/s. The batter hits it horizontally to the pitcher at 56 m/s. Find the change in momentum of the ball. If the ball and bat were in contact 4.2 multiplied by 10-4 s, what would be the average force while they touched?
February 24, 2013 by Anonymous

physics
A baseball of mass 0.145 kg approaches a bat at 40.0 m/s. After it is hit, the ball leaves the bat at 50.0 m/s directly back. Find the impulse of the bat on the ball.
January 23, 2014 by Mackenzie

Physics
A 2.2-kg baseball is pitched to you at 21 m/s. You hit the ball back along the same path, and at the same speed. If the bat was in contact with the ball for 0.17 s, what is the magnitude of the average force the bat exerted on the ball? Please show all work and provide any ...
July 7, 2013 by Selina

math
A baseball pitcher can throw a base ball at 150 ft/s. Can this pitcher hit the 200-ft ceiling of its game dome, if he was capable of giving a baseball an upward velocity of 85 ft/s, from a height of 7 ft? (Assume the ball is traveling as a free-falling body, and g = 32 ft/s2...
July 19, 2015 by Josh

calc
A pitcher throws a baseball straight into the air with a velocity of 72 feet/sec. If acceleration due to gravity is -32 ft/sec2, how many seconds after it leaves the pitcher's hand will it take the ball to reach its highest point? Assume the position at time t = 0 is 0 feet.
November 25, 2015 by ANONYMOUS

Re: Physics/Math
A 0.30-kg softball has a velocity of 12 m/s at an angle of 30° below the horizontal just before making contact with the bat. What is the magnitude of the change in momentum of the ball while it is in contact with the bat if the ball leaves the bat with a velocity of 17 m/s, ...
February 24, 2007 by winterWx

math
A baseball player swings and hits a pop fly straight up in the air to the catcher. The height of the baseball in meters t seconds after it is hit is given by a quadratic function h(t) = −4.9t^2 + 9.8t + 1. What is the maximum height of the baseball?
April 14, 2013 by Anonymous

Algebra 2
A baseball player swings and hits a pop fly straight up in the air to the catcher. The height of the baseball in meters t seconds after it is hit is given by a quadratic function h(t) = −5t^2 + 10t + 1. What is the maximum height of the baseball?
May 1, 2012 by Alex

Physics
A baseball has a mass of .145 kilograms. A pitcher's fastball travels at 42 m/s. How much force is applied to the ball if the catcher stops the ball in .05 sec?
October 18, 2011 by Yuki

physics
A baseball is hit at 3)53m/s degrees with the horizontal. An outfielder runs at 4m/s toward the Winfield and catches the ball. What was the original distance between the batter and the outfielder???
February 2, 2012 by sg

Physics
A pitcher claims he can throw a 0.157 kg baseball with as much momentum as a 1.5 g bullet moving with a speed of 1.50 multiplied by 103 m/s. (a) What must the baseball's speed be if the pitcher's claim is valid? m/s (b) Which has greater kinetic energy, the ball or the bullet?
November 7, 2010 by Amy

science
A pitcher claims he can throw a 0.157 kg baseball with as much momentum as a 1.5 g bullet moving with a speed of 1.50 multiplied by 103 m/s. (a) What must the baseball's speed be if the pitcher's claim is valid? m/s (b) Which has greater kinetic energy, the ball or the bullet?
November 7, 2010 by Amy

chs
If a pitcher threw a baseball straight up at 32 meters per second, what was the ball's velocity after 2.5 seconds?
November 12, 2011 by ej

Physics I (Classical)
Three students have been studying relative motion and decide to do an experiment to demonstrate their knowledge. The experiment plan calls for Jane to drive her pickup in a straight line across the parking lot at a constant speed of 11.2 m/s. Fred is in the back of the truck ...
June 3, 2016 by Victoria

physics
Deimos, a moon of Mars, is about 12 km in diameter, with a mass of 2.0x10^15kg. Suppose you are stranded alone on Deimos and want to play a one-person game of baseball. You would be the pitcher, and you would be the batter! With what speed would you have to throw a baseball so...
October 18, 2009 by sam

PHYSICS!!!
A 0.30-kg softball has a velocity of 12 m/s at an angle of 30° below the horizontal just before making contact with the bat. What is the magnitude of the change in momentum of the ball while it is in contact with the bat if the ball leaves the bat with a velocity of 17 m/s, ...
February 24, 2007 by winterWX

Algebra
The path of a baseball after being hit is given by the function f(x)= -.007x^2+x+4 where f(x) is the height of the baseball (in feet) and x is the horizontal distance from home plate (in feet). at what time will the baseball reach the maximum height?
March 21, 2016 by Anonymous

Math
A pitcher throws a 142 g baseball, which accelerates at a speed of 9 m/s^2. How much force does the pitcher apply to the ball?
May 4, 2015 by Anonymus

Algebra
A baseball is hit at a point 2 feet above the ground at a velocity of 100 feet per second and at an angle of 45 degrees with respect to the ground. The path of the baseball is given by the function: f(x)= -0.0032x^2+x+2. where f(x) is the height of the baseball in feet and x ...
November 6, 2014 by Luna

math
In slow- pitch softball the ball is pitched in an underhand motion. A batter in a softball game is pitched a ball that has initial vertical velocity of 35 feet per second. a. Write an equation for the height h (in feet) of the ball as a function of the time t (in seconds) ...
March 21, 2013 by mo

Math
To find a baseball pitcher's earned run average (ERA), you can use the formula Ei = 9r, in which E represents ERA, i represents the number of innings pitched, and r represents the number of earned runs allowed.What is the equation for E?
September 6, 2016 by Chrizl

physics
which one best describes appr. uniform velocity? 1. a hockey puck sldng across the ice 2. a baseball pitched toward a batter 3. the tip of the minute hand on a clock 4. an olympic sprinter running the 100m
August 17, 2012 by mary

Math
A baseball diamond is a square sides 22.4 m. The pitcher's mound is 16.8 m from home plate on the line joining home plate and second base.. How far is the pitcher's mound from first base? (we are using the LAW OF SINES AND COSINES)
October 1, 2012 by Kailey

Math
A baseball diamond is a square with sides 22.4m. The pitcher's mound is 16.8m from home plate on the line joining home plate and second base. How far is the pitcher's mound from first base ?
August 31, 2012 by Danielle

College Physics
A 0.145 kg baseball is moving at a speed of 15.0 meter/sec east toward the bat. The bat has 3.00x10^-3 seconds contact with the ball. As a result the ball flies back at 25.0 meter/sec west. What was the force (vector!) the bat exerted on the ball?
March 24, 2010 by //**

College Physics
A 0.145 kg baseball is moving at a speed of 15.0 meter/sec east toward the bat. The bat has 3.00x10^-3 seconds contact with the ball. As a result the ball flies back at 25.0 meter/sec west. What was the force (vector!) the bat exerted on the ball?
March 24, 2010 by Anonymous

Physics
A baseball is hit and leaves the bat horizontally at a speed of 6.7 m/s. The ball lands 10.3 m from where it was hit. What was the height of the bat at the time it hit the baseball, in m?
April 11, 2016 by Bira

math
The horizontal range, R, in feet that a baseball travels is modeled by this equation. The initial velocity, v, is 90 feet a second. The ball is pitched at an angle of è degrees with the horizontal. At what angles will the ball travel 200 feet?
October 21, 2011 by Sarah

Statistics
Suppose a baseball pitcher throws fastballs 80 % of the time and curveballs 20 % of the time. Suppose a batter hits a home run on 8 % of all fastball pitches, and on 5 % of all curveball pitches. What is the probability that this batter will hit a home run on this pitcher's ...
March 6, 2016 by Nicole

Algebra
a pitcher threw a baseball clocked at 105 miles per hour. The pitcher’s mound is 60 feet 6 inches from home plate. How long did it take, in seconds, for the ball to travel from the pitcher’s mound to home plate?
February 8, 2016 by Lakisha

physics
a pitcher threw a baseball clocked at 105 miles per hour. The pitcher’s mound is 60 feet 6 inches from home plate. How long did it take, in seconds, for the ball to travel from the pitcher’s mound to home plate?
February 8, 2016 by Lakisha

Algebra
HELP! I can't figure the formula out for this problem. a pitcher threw a baseball clocked at 90/mph. The pitcher’s mound is 60.5 feet from home plate. How long did it take, in seconds, for the ball to travel from the pitcher’s mound to home plate?
February 8, 2016 by Larry

Physics
A baseball is hit at 35.0m/s at an angle of 25.0 degrees to the horizontal. How high will the ball go> When will it reach that height? How far across the baseball field will the ball travel? Thanks.
March 20, 2008 by Tri

ap physics
A 0.150kg baseball traveling with a horizontal speed of 4.50 m/s is hit by a baseball bat and then moves with a speed of 34.7 m/s in the opposite direction. What is the change in the ball's momentum?
January 7, 2012 by sergio

Physics
A baseball with mass of 0.145 kg is thrown straight down at the ground. At a particular speed, it has a drag force of 0.4 N acting on it. What is its acceleration at that time? -2.8m/s^2
December 21, 2014 by Angel

Algebra
the ball was pitched from the pitcher's mound ,forty six feet away from home plate,and the pitch was five feet short of reaching home plate,what was the distance the ball was pitched in feet?
June 8, 2015 by Dequan

Physics
a baseball is hit at a height h = 1.10 m and then caught at the same height. It travels alongside a wall, moving up past the top of the wall 1.2 s after it is hit and then down past the top of the wall 3.2 s later, at distance D = 53 m farther along the wall. (a) What ...
September 13, 2010 by Antonio

Physics
In Figure 4-44, a baseball is hit at a height h = 1.10 m and then caught at the same height. It travels alongside a wall, moving up past the top of the wall 1.1 s after it is hit and then down past the top of the wall 4.8 s later, at distance D = 47 m farther along the wall. (...
January 21, 2011 by Blake

Science
Explain the motion of a baseball and the forces acting upon it as it leaves the pitcher’s hand and travels toward the batter at home plate. Identify the term applied to this type of motion.
January 12, 2015 by Jenny

Physics
At bat a baseball player hits a ball at a height of .889 m. The ball leaves the bat at 51 m/s at an angle of 81 degrees from the vertical. The ball skims the top of a 2.74 m wall as it leaves the field. a.) Draw position, velocity and acceleration graphs describing the ball ...
September 11, 2014 by Anonymous

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