Posted by **qdhad** on Monday, October 8, 2012 at 2:53pm.

water shoots from the mouth of a tall gargoyle fountain straight into the air with an initial velocity of 37 feet per second. It take the water 5 seconds to travel through the air and actually falls past the point from which it came, splashing down onto the ground. how tall is the fountains mouth

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