1. The hammer throw is a track-and0field event in which a 7.3-kg ball (the hammer), starting from rest, is whirled around in a circle several times and released. It than moves upward on the familiar curvinf path of projectile motion. In one throw, the hammer is given a speed of 29 m/s. For comparison, a .22 caliber bullet has a mass of 2.6g and, starting from rest exits the barrel of a gun with a speed of 410 m/s. Determine the work done to launch the motion of (a) the hammer and (b) the bullet. 2. KE=(1/2)mv^2 W= KE(final)-KE(initial) 3. I think I know my KE final, which would be just plugging in the numbers- (1/2)*(7.3kg)*(29^2)=KE(final) of the Hammer... But How would I get my KE(initial) since I don't know what the initial velocity of the hammer is as its being whirled around in a circle. Can someone help?