# PHYSICS

Explain for each of the following, The Magnus force applies and how it causes an effect.

a. A car tire rotating while a car drives.
b. A tennis ball curves while moving towards the opposite side of the net.
c. A tennis ball changes directions when it hits the ground.
d. A soccer ball curves towards the net after being struck from the corner of the field.

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