Volleyball Newton's Law of Motion?

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Volleyball is affected by Newton's law of motion every time a player messes up a serve and the ball goes into the net. Newton's law of motion applies to volleyball when force is applied to the ball it accelerates proportional to its mass. When the ball is hit, it travels.
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Newton's law of motion states something along the lines of the action-reaction force. When the volleyball (in motion) comes down, it bounces off the specific area of your hands/arms
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1. Construct the Lagrangian. The integral of the Lagrangian over time is the "action, which is to be minimized, consistent with Hamilton's principle. The Lagrangian is defined
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Law I: The volleyball or a player stays at rest until a force acts upon it or you. (Of course a s a volleyball player, I'll bet you are usually in Motion...and will remain in motion
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Whenever objects A and B interact with each
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