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A 0.3 kg tennis ball is travelling west with a speed of 4 m/s and bounces off a wall. After bouncing, the ball is travelling east at 2 m/s. The tennis ball was in contact with the wall for 0.004 seconds.
a) What is the initial and final momentum of the ball?
b) What is the direction and magnitude of the force the ball experienced due to the wall?
c) What is the direction and magnitude of the force the wall experienced due to the ball?

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