What a DISGUSTING Sunday morning...oh wait, it's hockey day!! YAY!
Hope my baseball skills are equally fantastic!
RING RING! It's Soheil...let's go for some baseball instead.
In Mr. Kassil's Home
Yo...Wanna play baseball?
YES! We gonna crush you like a grape!
Oh hell no...It's been only two seconds and it doesn't seem that the ball will go any higher. The instantaneous rate of change at 2 s is 1.6 m/s. Well now, we're definitely gonna lose.
Well, maybe if the pitcher didn't pitch at such a low height of 0.8 meters, the baseball would have gone higher and further!!! I'll never achieve my goal of hitting a home run!
Hmm..it appears as though the baseball was still ascending for another second after Eli mentioned the IROC at two second. Only then did the ball curve down. The average rate of change from the time interval when Kassil intially hit the baseball, to its maximum height of 8 meters at the 3 second mark is 2.4 m/s
Rate of change...what a familiar word! I'm certain that in this situation, it refers to the speed at which the ball's height is changing in meters per second.
Kassil, don't worry you'll do better next time.
Thanks Soheil. You're a true friend. I guess baseball just isn't for me...like hockey never will be for you.