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Old 03-23-2009, 05:12 AM
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Question Dog jumping force

I'm in 4th grade and need help figureing out how to measure the force it takes for my dog to jump up and catch a ball. I know the formula for speed but the one for force is confusing. Should I just go for using the speed formula?? Like The speed it takes for my dog to jump up to catch the ball the best.
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