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i need 1 question each of this following
straight ine motion, free falling body, projectile in the dimension and projectile in two dimension...

i need it badly.. our prof need a good example of I

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  1. I think the prof does not need good examples, he wants good examples to come from your mind. We will be happy to critique your examples.

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  2. WHEN A FIELDER THROW BALL TO THE KEEPER FROM BOUNDARIE

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