Below is a question I will need to know well for my exam coming up. I don't even know where to start or what the steps are? I am very overwhelmed here.... A volleyball spike begins with the arm overhead, the shoulder and elbow are flexed and the wrist is hyperextended. The upper arm is .6m and the forearm is .3m and the hand is .1m long. The time of spike is .1 seconds, and the changes in position of each joint is: Shoulder = 30 degrees, Elbow = 70 degrees, Wrist = 140 degress. What is the linear velocity at the end of the distal endpoint of each segment at the end of the segment's rotation? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated... Thank you.