In billiards, a player gives the cue ball kinetic energy when he hits the ball with the cue. As the ball moves, it applies kinetic energy. At the point when the ball comes into contact with an alternate ball, it transmits its kinetic energy, permitting the following ball to be quickened/accelerated.
kinetic energy can likewise be seen in games. In baseball, as the pitcher holds the ball before a pitch, there is no kinetic energy since the ball is not in movement. Once the pitcher is prepared, however, kinetic energy is utilized to toss the ball from the pitcher's hill to the catcher's glove.
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