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Re: Re: physical aspects of the ball

Posted by: Frank Jessup () on Thu Apr 11 05:46:18 2002

As part of my research for a class I'm taking, I have been asked to find the lift coefficient for a baseball. To do this, I need to know its diameter and its weight.
> For more than you wanted to know,including perhaps the answer to "does the riseball rise?"-see:
> http://www.geocities.com/baseballdocs/Baseball.pdf


Since you are doing class research, sounds like a sicence project, it would seem to me that it would be rather basic to measure and weigh a ball your self, wouldn't it? Rather then going on a web sight and possilbly getting wrong infromation?

Frank J.


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