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how does the use of a golf club make it easier to move a golf ball from its starting position to a hole 250 yards away?

A.the golf club reduces the distance over which the input force is applied

B.the golf club reduces the input force needed.(I PICKED THIS)

C.the golf club changes the direction of the input force.

D.the golf club changes the size of the input force.

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asked by Matt
  1. not sure what you mean by "input force." Is that the force applied to the ball by the club, or the force applied to the club by the golfer?

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    posted by Steve
  2. Your right :-)

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    posted by cece
  3. It's d.the golf club changes the size of the input force. FACT

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  4. this better be right or I am dead

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  5. Dont trust this site. It gave me the wrong answers and im mad

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