Projective Motion Problem

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Darryl Strawberry hits a baseball with a horizontal velocity of 45 m/s and a vertical velocity of 25 m/s...

Find the time it takes for the ball to travel to the highest point

Find the total time the ball is in flight

Find the range

Find the max height the ball reaches

Does it clear a fence 2 meters high 100 meters away?

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