Posted by **austin** on Thursday, September 15, 2011 at 6:30pm.

A ball is thrown upward. It leaves the hand with a velocity of 13.8 m/s, having been accelerated through a distance of 0.495 m. Compute the ball's upward acceleration, assuming it to be constant.

Whats the upward acceleration?

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