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Posted by melissa on Tuesday, January 1, 2008 at 8:26pm.

a spring loaded "cannon" on a wheeled car fires a metal ball vertically. the car is given a push and set in motion horizontally with a constant velocity. A pin is pulled with a string to launch the ball, which travels upward and then falls back into the moving cannon everytime. why does the ball always fall back into the cannon? explain

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