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Blazing spike ball

A blazing spike of a 0.290 kg volleyball is blocked at the net. It is originally travelling at 18.3m/s and bounces straight back at 14.9m/s after being in contact with the blockers arms for a total of 18.2 ms. What average force did the blocker exert on the ball?
Question asked by: labay123

Asked on: 31 Mar 2010

What is a blazing spike?

Is that something in America... never heard of it!

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Replied at: 10 Apr 2010
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