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Homework Help: physics

Posted by ruby on Tuesday, July 22, 2008 at 6:29am.

How would you reword the terms of this equation:

(1/2)M Vo^2 = M g H
Where H is the maximum height above the thrower's hand.
H = VoČ/(2 g) = 11.5 m

Could you substitute the letters H & M with Y, Yo, V, Vo, G, T, or use any of these four newton's equtions:

V = Vo + gt
Y = Yo + Vot + 1/2gt^2
Vo^2 + 2g(Y-Yo)-Y
Average velocity = V + Vo/ 2

Thanx for alll the help. =)

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