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Unformatted text preview: Though you produce a great deal of motion, you have only instantaneous contact with the ball, and can do no work. On the other hand, if I pick the ball up and run with it, I do work on the ball: I am exerting a force over a certain distance. In technical jargon, the "point of application" of the force must move in order to do work....
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