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Describe a contact force and a noncontact force that affect the motion of a baseball after a pithcher has thrown the ball.

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  1. contact force: the bat or the catcher's mitt
    noncontact force: gravity

    aerodynamic forces that also act are really contact forces -- contact with air

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