Serving, or service.
When a bat hits a ball the velocity and direction change radically. A force has to be exerted on the ball by the bat for acceleration to occur. This demonstrates Newton's second law f is equal to mass times acceleration.
some one hitting a ballout of someones hand ( the person has to be holding the ball from the top of it) . i knew that and im Y7, get your act together.
To play mini golf just go to a putting green and put small or large objects as obsticles (optional but it's more fun this way). Since in a putting green there are many flags, go from one flag to another constantly with those obsticles, (that's if you want to put them). So yes, mini golf is putting only from hole to hole with obstacles like, sand (sprinkle some in one place and it will be like an obstacle, the ball will slow down if it goes over it), rocks, leaves with a stem so it will act like a tree (puncture the ground with the stem). That's how you play mini golf, you have to have a putting green with obstacles and put to each hole and count how many shots it takes for you to go in the hole. (Sorry, i might have confused you but 95% of mini golf has obstacles so I mean you can put them like it's suppose to be or not).
What force is act when ball is going to be thorn
hitting: noun: the act of contacting one thing with another; "repeated hitting raised a large bruise";
Yes, the word serve (serves, serving, served) is a verb. The word serve is also a noun, a word for the act or the turn of hitting the ball or shuttlecock in racket sports.
To facepalm is the act of hitting your face or forehead with your hand.
The two forces that act on the ball after it leaves your hand are gravity and air resistance.
Yes, hitting someone, period, constitutes 'battery'. Exceptions are made when the act is in self-defense or accidental.
you cant make a master ball with an ultra ball