Posted by **Lindsay** on Friday, November 2, 2007 at 11:33pm.

A snowball is launched horizontally from the top of a building at v = 15 m/s. If it lands d = 44.5 meters from the bottom, how high (in m) was the building?

For this problem, do I need to solve for any other velocities? I'm a little stuck...I'm not quite sure how to solve problems given only velocity and distance yet.

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