Newton's Third Law Of Motion

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Prominent pitchers use the first law of motion to throw fastballs, sliders and curve balls. A pitcher holds the baseball at rest in his glove as he looked at the catcher’s signs. As soon as the pitcher would receive the sign he would set the ball in motion toward home plate with an overhand delivery. Newton's second law demonstrates the force generated at the moment of contact that is equal to the combined mass and acceleration of both the ball and bat. The mass acceleration would be how fast and how hard the ball would be pitched. Force would come from how hard the batter hit the ball. Newton’s third law of motion is when a batter hits the ball into the outfield. The outfielders understand this in terms of a baseball that goes up must come
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