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Questions $20-22$ refer to the following scenario:If the ball is in contact with the wall for 0.002 s, determine theaverage force experienced by the ball.(A) $3,000 \mathrm{N}$(B) $5,000 \mathrm{N}$(C) $30,$ ooo $\mathrm{N}$(D) $50,$ ooo $\mathrm{N}$

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the average force experience by the ball when it hits the wall is force physical to rate of change of momentum. Dp derided by Delta T uh, where we have a DP From above question, we have 60 new two seconds divided by the time given. We have a 0.0. There are two seconds. So the writing these two numbers gives us the force over 30,000 Newton 30,000 You didn't, So her option see is the right option.

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