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I have two questions which I have been pondering on and I just can't figure it out. Maybe someone could be kind enough to answer the questions?

Q1; Projectile motion: Let's say we dropped a ball from a height called h.

We achieve a velocity [tex] v=\sqrt{2gh} [/tex]. Let's then say that we hit the ball in differently angle with a paddle. What will the motion equations become?

Q2: Angular motion: Let's say we have a ball in vaacum. We make this ball rotate. Then this ball achieves angular velocity, the direction of the angular velocity [tex] \omega [/tex] can be found by the right-hand rule. But I am confused, what does the angular velocity's direction tell us? It it where the ball will move towards?

Thank you.

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