Which of the following change appreciably when a batsman hits a moving cricket ball?A . ShapeB . DirectionC . SizeD . Speed(a) A and B(b) B and C(c) A and C(d) B and D

When a batsman hits a moving cricket ball, then the applied force can change either speed or direction or both.

So, option (d) is correct.

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