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Elizabeth B, Shelby R, Gail K, Juliette M, & Liza R Mr. Jonas Calculus 03

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Show that the change in momentum over a time interval [t 0- t 1 ] is equal to the integral of F from t 0 to t 1 ;that is,

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How many foot-pounds of work does it take to throw a baseball at a speed of 90 mi/h?

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Through this project we have learned that calculus can be applied to real world problems such as a baseball game. We found out that in order to find how fast a ball is moving, distances etc. we have to use calculus and physics combined. This knowledge can help baseball players figure out how much force that they need to exert on the ball to reach the place where they want the ball to go. 13

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Momentum The strength of an object’s motion. Momentum is NOT a force. This cement truck has a lot of momentum. It does not HAVE force, but it could exert.

Momentum The strength of an object’s motion. Momentum is NOT a force. This cement truck has a lot of momentum. It does not HAVE force, but it could exert.

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