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Physics in Softball

Stephanie528

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In softball, physics is applied throughout the sport. For example, when you run from home to first base, you start at a velocity of 0m/s and it increases as you run. Also when you round the bases when getting a double or triple, your velocity decreases as you approach the base and then it increaes and slows down again as you run around the bases. Also when you are hitting the the pitcher throws the ball and when you hit it the velocity with be 0m/a until the ball bounces and it's velocity increases again. As you can tell physics can be applied everywhere when playing softball.



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