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Posted by Courtney on Tuesday, December 13, 2011 at 9:00pm.

Ahhh! I've seen some examples of this type of problem but I can't seem to solve it!

Two stones are thrown simultaneously, one straight upward from the base of a cliff and the other straight downward from the top of the cliff. The height of the cliff is 6.86 m. The stones are thrown with the same speed of 9.78 m/s. Find the location (above the base of the cliff) of the point where the stones cross paths.

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