anonymous
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How does a Tennis Player use Newtons three laws of motion? Medals will be given.
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anonymous
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jane11509
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Yeah?
jane11509
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I don't know o.o

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anonymous
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It's okay thank you though.
anonymous
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By using projectile
anonymous
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ΣF=ma
anonymous
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In which we start off by saying Vx=Vocos(x) Vy=Vosin(x) and then start off by saying that a=-9.8m/s^2 cause the ball is in motion in space.
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Thats is ay ofcourse and ax=0 since ofcourse there is no acceleration along the x during its motion and then you start by integrating until you reach the displace x and y which will result to giving these 2 parametric equ X=Vo(t)cos(x) + xo Y=-1/2(g)t^2 + Vo(t)sin(x) +yo

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