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Calculate the work done by non conservative forces of a hockey stick hitting a tennis ball using elastic potential energy, and kinetic energy if the mass of the ball is 0.058kg and the ball is shot at 34m/s for .41s and travels 5.09m, and the hockey stick bends 0.10m.

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