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**A problem I am working on for a project....**

Force required to hit a golf ball 76.2 m/s

Does the impulse assume the collision is perfectly elastic?

I am doing a problem on golf...

mass of golf ball .0459 kg

velocity of ball is 76.2 m/s

time of interaction is .0005 seconds

coefficient of restitution is .65 (how efficient the collision is)

Force required to hit a golf ball 76.2 m/s

Does the impulse assume the collision is perfectly elastic?

I am doing a problem on golf...

mass of golf ball .0459 kg

velocity of ball is 76.2 m/s

time of interaction is .0005 seconds

coefficient of restitution is .65 (how efficient the collision is)

**impulse - F(∆t)**

**F=6998 N**

but would the force actually be 10766N (6998/.65) since the coefficient of restitution is .65?

but would the force actually be 10766N (6998/.65) since the coefficient of restitution is .65?