Physics Cont'd - Quidditch

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For time t = d/v
140/20
t= 7

0 = 1/2(-10)(7^2)+(15)(7)+h
-h = -140
h = 140

We were asked to use 10m/s^2 for acceleration. That's what I got.

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You got it!
Using 10m/(s^2) for gravity, 140m is correct.

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