Posted by **Candice** on Saturday, July 14, 2012 at 4:44am.

A batsman hits a cricket ball 'off his toes' towards a fieldsman who is 65 m away. The ball reaches a maximum height of 4.9 m and the horizontal compoenent of its velocity is 28 m/s. Find the constant speed with which the fieldsman must run forward, starting at the instant the ball is hit, in order to catch the ball at a height of 1.3m above the ground. (Use g = 9.8)

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