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Is conservation of mechanical energy likely to hold in this situation? A soccer ball is thrown into the air. (Disregard air resistance.) Explain your reasoning.

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  1. Emily passes a soccer ball 9.7 m directly
    across the field to Kara, who then kicks the
    ball 11.7 m directly down the field to Luisa.
    What is the magnitude of the ball’s total
    displacement as it travels between Emily and
    Luisa?
    Answer in units of m
    016 (part 2 of 2) 10.0 points
    Howmany degrees to the side of straight down
    the field is the ball’s total displacement?
    Answer in units of ◦

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