Baseball Bat Lab Report

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The initial hypothesis was rejected. The hypothesis was if the mass of the baseball bat affects the distance the baseball will go, then the heavier the bat is, the further it will travel. The average for the 283.5 gram bat was 49.2 meters. The average distance for the 396.9 gram bat was 52.29 meters. The average distance for the 595.34 gram bat was 50.84 meters. The average distance for the 708.7 gram bat was 45.5 meters. The results mean that the heavier the bat, the less distance the baseball will travel. They turned out the way they did because the baseball bats gradually got heavier. There were many things that went well during the experiment. One, we were able to find a field that no one else was practicing on. Two, the same

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