Question #20010

a good baseball pitcher can throw a baseball towards home plate at 85mi/h with a spin of ball1800rev/min. how revolution does the baseball make on its way to home plate?for simplicity , assume that the60 ft trajectory is a straight line.

Expert's answer

First, finding a time it takes to get the baseball to homeplate:

t = S / V, where S is the distance traveled and V is the velocity.

t = 60 ft / 85 mi/h = [**1 Mile = 5280 Feet**] = 60 / (85 * 5280) =0.00013369 h = 0.0080214 min.

Second, calculating the number of revolutions made: N = t * n = 0.0080214 *

1800 = 14.43852 = approx. 14.5 revolutions.

**Answer**: 14.5 revolutions.

t = S / V, where S is the distance traveled and V is the velocity.

t = 60 ft / 85 mi/h = [

Second, calculating the number of revolutions made: N = t * n = 0.0080214 *

1800 = 14.43852 = approx. 14.5 revolutions.

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