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Veronica bounced a ball from the roof of the school which was 16m high. The first bounce reached up to 8m, the next bounce was half as high again. How high would the fifth bounce have been?

Do the numbers and see what you get. There are only four more bounces to go.
Hint: What is 16/(2^5) ?

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