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A golf club strikes a 0.040-kg golf ball in order to launch it from the tee. For simplicity, assume that the average net force applied to the ball acts parallel to the ball's motion, has a magnitude of 7050 N, and is in contact with the ball for a distance of 0.014 m. With what speed does the ball leave the club?

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