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A baseball has a velocity of 44.0 m/s,
directed horizontally, as it is released
by a pitcher. The ball’s velocity 0.0100
s before it is released is 42.0 m/s,
directed 3.00 degrees above the
horizontal. Estimate the ball’s
instantaneous acceleration just
before it is released.

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