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a baseball has a mass of 0.145kg. the ball is crossing the plate horizontally at 40 m/s when the batter hits the ball. The final velocity of the ball is 50 m/s stright up. what is the impulse that the batter gives the ball?

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  1. The magnitude of the velocity change is V = sqrt(40^2 + 50^2)= ___

    The impulse is M*V = ___ kg m/s

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    posted by drwls
  2. Dudeeeee,

    I couldn't figure this one out either. AND I WROTE THE TEST!

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