Actually, a force out in Softball is, for example: If runners are on first and second, the force out is at third because the runner is forced to run to third base due to the runners behind him/her.
kinetic force and some other force that starts with a p
acceleration = force / mass, so the softball has an acceleration of 5 m/s2
The softball's acceleration is equal to its force divided by its mass: 25 / 0.5 = 50 meters per second squared.
The surface of a softball is larger so it does not go as fast as a small basseball. Though the batter and pitcher(s) determine a lot of the force. -Marina20
the angle that the ball is going and the force that is applied to the ball by the bat
no because the softball is not as firm as a baseball so it would cause less of a force when you hit it which can make it easier to get you out and because the softball is yellow and bigger than a baseball and a baseball is white
Ask your mom.
the ball exerts a force on the bat creating action and in turn you apply a force that is greater than the action force. this is called the reaction force.
Ex: During a softball game, a 0.2kg softball is hit by a bat. If the net force exerted on the softball by the bat is 300N (Newton's), what is the softball's acceleration?0.2kg is mass, so you would take 0.2 divided by 300=1,500... your welcome smarty