For this explanation we are ignoring any effect of gravity. This isn’t accurate but we
will learn more about the role of gravity in this scenario in the next chapter.
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The fastest recorded delivery for a cricket ball is 161,3 km/hr, bowled by Shoaib Akhtar of Pakistan during a match against England in the 2003 Cricket World Cup, held in South Africa. Calculate the ball’s momentum if it has a mass of 160 g.CorrectIncorrect
The fastest tennis service by a man is 246,2 km/hr by Andy Roddick of the United States of America during a match in London in 2004. Calculate the ball’s momentum if it has a mass of 58 g.CorrectIncorrect
The fastest server in the women’s game is Venus Williams of the United States of America, who recorded a serve of 205 kmhr1 during a match in Switzerland in 1998. Calculate the ball’s momentum if it has a mass of 58 g.CorrectIncorrect
If you had a choice of facing Shoaib, Andy or Venus and didn’t want to get hurt, who would you choose based on the momentum of each ball?CorrectIncorrect