﻿ Which is a good example of a contact force? A) Protons in the nucleus of an atom B) A ball falling down after it's thrown up into the air C) A satellite orbiting earth D) A bat hitting a ball - AssignmentGrade.com

Which is a good example of a contact force? A) Protons in the nucleus of an atom B) A ball falling down after it's thrown up into the air C) A satellite orbiting earth D) A bat hitting a ball

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A ball hitting a ball so D

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