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If you are a professional bowler, then yes.

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Q: Is throwing a bowling ball considered as work?
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Does a bowling ball weighs 1 lb?

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Is work done when you throw a ball?

Yes, throwing the ball requires a force, and work is done when a force moves a mass over a distance.


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What is the velocity and acceleration in throwing a ball upward upon the release of the ball?

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No work is doen by gravity on a bowling ball that is rolled along a bowling alley because?

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How does wrist strengtheners wrist supports and gloves help you play bowling?

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