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Posted by **Hannah** on Monday, May 28, 2012 at 9:25pm.

Would I use the equation

y0 + voy t - 1/2gt^2??

- Physics(Please respond) -
**Elena**, Tuesday, May 29, 2012 at 10:46amh=5.33 m, v(o) = 48 m/s, α = 35.7º

v(oy) = v(o) •sin α = 48• sin35.7º =28 m/s,

The trajectory of the ball is symmetric with respect to the highest point (let it be the point A). Point B (the point where the ball hits the green), point C is at the rising branch of trajectory, and the initial point O.

Now, time OB (which is the question of the problem) =2•( time OA) - time OC. (To imagine make the scheme of trajectory)

OA:

v(y)= v(oy) –gt.

At the point A

v(y) = 0,

0 = v(oy) –g•t.

time OA

t(OA)=v(o) •sin α/g = 28/9.8 =2.86 s.

time OC =t. The height of the point C is h (as well as the point B)

h = v(oy) •t - gt²/2 = 28•t -4.9•t² = 5.33

4.9•t² -28•t + 5.33= 0

t = {28±sqrt(28²-4•4.9•5.33)}/2•4.9 = {28±26}/9.8.

Two roots. We take t= 0.2 because the second root is greater than time OA).

Time OB = 2•2.86 – 0.2 =5.72-0.2=5.7 s.

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