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a 150 gm ball travelling at 30 m/s strikes the players hand and it stopped in0.06s.calculate the force exerrted by ball on hand

a = (VVo)/t = (030)/0.06 = 500 m/s^2.
F = m*a = 0.15kg * 500 = 75 N.
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