Question

A tennis ball, 0.314 kg is accelarated a rate of 164m/s squared when hit by a professional tennis player. What force does the players tennis racket exert on the ball?

Step 1

As per the question, the mass of the tennis ball is m and the acceleration of the ball is a, we have to find the force exerted by the tennis player.

Step 2

Applying the newton’s second law

Step 3

Now, substituting the v...

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