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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, (a) what acceleration did he give the ball, and (b) how much time did it take him to pitch it?
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