Posted by **Florence** on Tuesday, March 1, 2011 at 6:16pm.

using the vertical motion model h=-16t + vt + s

You and a frine are playing basketball. you can jump with an initial velocity of 12 feet per secon. You need to jump 2.2 feet to dunk a basketball. your friend can jump with an initial velocity of 14 feet per second. your friend needs to jump 3.4 feet to dunk.

Can you dunk the ball? Can your friend? Justify your answers

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