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An estimated force vs. time curve for a baseball struck by a bat is shown in the figure below.
FImax = 18 000 N
F (N
20000
A
15 000
10000
5 000
t(ms)
1 2
0
(a) From this curve, determine the impulse delivered to the ball
N S
(b) From this curve, determine the average force exerted on the ball.
kN
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An estimated force vs. time curve for a baseball struck by a bat is shown in the figure below. FImax = 18 000 N F (N 20000 A 15 000 10000 5 000 t(ms) 1 2 0 (a) From this curve, determine the impulse delivered to the ball N S (b) From this curve, determine the average force exerted on the ball. kN

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From the graph the impulse acted up on the ball is given by the area under the curve. I...

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bh (18000) (2.5 1) 13500 N. ms (or) 13.5 N.s

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