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A baseball is thrown by a pitcher at 95 mph through standard air. The diameter of the baseball is 2.82 in. Estimate the drag force on the baseball.

[Answer in units of lbs.]

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Given information:

Step 2

From physical properties of air at T = 60^{0}F

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Assuming sphere to be smooth, the drag coefficient can be obtained for the sphere corr...

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