It's basic physics and depends on the speed of the swing, the mass of the bat,(kinetic energy) and the angle at which the ball was hit. The direction the ball travels largely depends on whether the swing was early or late (angle change) but you must also consider ball rotation, wind speed (and the occasional pigeon..lol) Simply put lets say the ball was thrown at a tremendous speed and therefore had more kinetic energy then your swing. It would then be you and your bat changing speed and direction instead of the ball.
Once a ball has been batted, he/she may not do anything to change the course of the ball.
By throwing the ball in the general direction of the batter with an intent to make him/her miss and "wiff" at the pitch.
The Golf ball Stops
Acceleration is the change in speed or direction. When the ball strikes a wall it will likely rebound. That is a change in direction. Some of the energy of the ball went into heat and sound so, that is also a change in speed. The only wall that would have no effect on the ball's acceleration would be a wall of light or an imaginary wall.
a runner may run in either direction..........he must get to first ahead of the ball. It's a long way in the other direction..............
When a ball is thrown into the air, it encounters drag. Drag is the opposing force acting in the opposite direction of the ball. Drag slows down the ball's speed.
As the ball moves in a circular path, it changes it's direction every moment. velocity is a vector and it depends both on speed and its direction. So, as the ball is changing its direction every time, we can say that it is changing its velocity as well. So, the ball is actually accelarating
1) speed 2) direction 3) shape
it depends on the situation. If the count is two strikes then it is an out because if the batter is insied the box then it is a fould ball and a two strike foul ball on a bunt attempt is an out. If there is one strike or zero strikes then the batter can be called out or a foul ball. If he is still in the batter's box and the ball touches him then it is a fould ball but if the batter is outside the batter's box and the ball touches him, then he is out.
Yes, acceleration is present. Acceleration is a change in speed and/or direction of motion. Even if speed is constant, acceleration is present if the path of the motion is anything but straight.
Just add or subtract (depending on the direction) the speed of the ball (in relation to the train) to the speed of the train (in relation to the ground). The above assumes the speeds are not close to the speed of light; if they are, more complicated formulae are required.
While pitching your stride doesn't actually make the ball faster. What makes the ball look faster to a batter is how close you are. If you throw an 85mph fastball from 60 feet a batter will know but if you throw the same speed from 50 feet away the batter might think its coming 90-93 mph.