# Group 6 - Super interesting differences in horizontal...

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9/23/11 Compare Kwag’s and whit’s shift in center of gravity (stride length). How could this effect how hard the ball is hit assuming it is hit with accuracy (think impulse)?
9/23/11 Side swing time from start to finish. Who swing was fastest from start to finish. Between each pair of sequential squares is a .33 second time interval. Where were the fastest points in the swing? Looking at picture below, what is each person’s angular velocity in degrees/second (hint, look at the clock)? What is each person’s linear velocity (hint, look at the length measurement as well)?

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9/23/11 Looking at line of gravity, width of base of support, and line of G. within base of support, who is more stable after swing? At this point is more stability better, worse, or does it matter?
9/23/11 Super interesting differences in horizontal displacement from bat head to vertical axis of

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Unformatted text preview: 9/23/11 Super interesting differences in horizontal displacement from bat head to vertical axis of rotation. How does this effect angular momentum, rotational inertia, linear velocity, and angular velocity? When would this be an advantagous position for Whits? What kind of 9/23/11 Both batters show a lag time for the bat head. What is this called? Is this potentially good or bad when hitting a baseball or softball? Hint, it is a light object with little inertia. 9/23/11 what is each person’s angular velocity in degrees/second (hint, look at the clock)? What is each person’s linear velocity (hint, look at the length measurement as well)?...
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