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1. Commercial airliners normally cruise at relatively high altitudes (30,000 to 35,000 ft). Discuss how flying at this high altitude (rather than 10,000 ft, for example) can save fuel costs.
2. A pitcher can pitch a “curve ball” by putting sufficient spin on the ball when it is thrown. A ball that has absolutely no spin will follow a “straight” path. A ball that is pitched with a very small amount of spin (on the order of one revolution during its flight between the pitcher’s mound and home plate) is termed a knuckle ball. A ball pitched this way tends to “jump around” and “zig-zag” back and forth. Explain this phenomenon. Note: A baseball has seams


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