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Q: What age can both boys and girls judge and intercept directions of small balls thrown from a distance and run 17 feet per second?

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if the bal is thrown by making 45 degree angles. with the ground..it will travel maximum distance...

(60 feet per 0.5 second) = 120 feet per second = 81.82 miles per hourThat's the baseball's horizontal speed. Since it can't be thrown without anyvertical motion, and the vertical component of its speed is accelerated becauseof gravity, its actual speed keeps changing throughout the flight, and its speedat any moment is a pretty complicated question.

16 feet/second is the speed. To know the velocity, you would also need to specify the direction in which the object moves.

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Children typically develop the ability to judge and intercept the direction of a small ball thrown from a distance and run 17 ft between the ages of 7 to 9 years old. This skill is closely linked to their hand-eye coordination, depth perception, and speed of processing information. Practice and experience can help children enhance their ability to judge and intercept moving objects more accurately.

Yes, an interception occurs when a defensive player catches a ball thrown by the quarterback.

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There is more force behind the egg thrown further distance than the egg thrown from small distance. That and gravity acceleration.

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if the bal is thrown by making 45 degree angles. with the ground..it will travel maximum distance...

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The word intercept means, roughly, to cut off. Some suitable sentences would be:<BR> The aide hurried to intercept the Prime Minister before he left Parliament House.<BR>If you continue drawing this horizontal line, it will intercept that vertical line.

The ball will travel the same distance if thrown at an angle of 15 degrees because the range of a projectile thrown at complementary angles (angles that add up to 90 degrees) are the same when air resistance is absent. Therefore, a ball thrown at 15 degrees will reach the same distance as one thrown at 75 degrees.

The distance thrown in discus throw is measured from the inner edge of the throwing circle to the point of impact where the discus first touches the ground. The official measuring tape is used to determine the distance.