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# Ch 5 v1

Course Number: PSYCH 212, Spring 2010

College/University: Rutgers

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Questions W denotes answer available in Student Solutions Manual/Study Guide; O denotes objective question 10. A child tosses a ball straight up. She says the ball is moving away from her hand because the ball feels an upward force of the throw as well as the gravitational force. (a) Can the force of the throw exceed the gravitational force? How would the ball move if it did? (b) Can the force of the throw be...

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