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Physics of Softball Again



So I've already done softball in physics before, but now that we have learned new material I thought I could show more physics that applies to softball. Projectile motion is everywhere in softball. When you throw a ball the ball will almost always make a parabola. Which is the shape of the projectiles we have been looking at in class. Also you can use projectiles when trying to see which ball will go the farthest at the same velocity. If the ball goes higher it won't go as far as a ball that's thrown lower. So this is all I have so far for physics in softball. Hopefully we will learn more and I will be able to apply physics more.


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