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Tennis racquets have “sweet spots.” If the ball hits a sweet spot then the player's arm is not jarred as much as it would be otherwise. Explain why this is the case.

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If the ball hits a sweet spot then the player's arm is not jarred as much as it would be otherwise because the time for the change in the momentum of the ball  to occur is larger.

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