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Homework Help: Physics

Posted by courtney on Thursday, January 17, 2008 at 10:40am.

A hitter hits a baseball into the air. The shortstop, who was initially 33.5 meters away, begins running directly away from home plate at 7 m/s at the moment that the ball was hit and catches the ball, while still running, at the same height from which it was hit, 3.2 seconds later. What was the veloicty of the ball as it left the bat?

This seems so easy, but I can't get it. Help!

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