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## Problem 60P Chapter 7

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Problem 60P

These results are from a computer simulation for a batted baseball with mass 0.145 kg, including air resistance: How much work did the air do on the baseball (a) as the ball moved from its initial position to its maximum height, and (b) as the ball moved from its maximum height back to the starting elevation? (c) Explain why the magnitude of the answer in part (b) is smaller than the magnitude of the answer in part (a).

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