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A 57.0-g tennis ball is traveling straight at a player at 21.0 m/s. The player volleys the ball straight back at 25.0 m/s. If the ball remains in contact with the racket for 0.060 s, what average force acts on the ball? (a) 22.6 kg ? m/s2 (b) 32.5 kg ? m/s2 (c) 43.7 kg ? m/s2 (d) 72.1 kg ? m/s2 (e) 102 kg ? m/s2

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From Atoms to Galaxies: Lecture 4 (1-20-16) From last time: -Scientific method -Pseudoscience (How can we tell) -Structure of science (Chemistry, Biology, Physics, etc) -The first science is Astronomy Today: Astronomy The Night Sky (one of the first places scientific inquiry came into play) -The movement of the stars, planets, our sun, were critical for survival for our ancestors -Because of the necessity to predict seasons, astronomy is considered the first science -Ancient observers (i.e., Myans): physical events are quantifiable and therefore predictable Stonehenge: -Started 2400-2200 BC, but they were built by many people (i.e. druids and others) -Current understanding of Stonehenge: Marks the passage of time (seasons) -Also burial site, religious site,

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Textbook: College Physics
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