angles and the motion of a ball such as basket ball will tell you the possibility of getting it in the hoop the reflection or reaction of the ball that bounces off the middle square like in a bank shot will help you get it in the hoop most balls bounce at a 90 degree angle banking it in off the square will tell you how often you could and would get it in the hoop. The average of hitting the ball in the hoop is mathematical not scientific even knowing they go hand to hand...
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Understanding a concept in social science typically goes through several stages. First, there is the initial exploration and definition of the concept, where researchers identify its key elements and theories used to study it. This is followed by empirical research and data collection to test and refine the concept. Finally, researchers engage in analysis and interpretation of the findings, leading to a deeper understanding of the concept and its implications for society.