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A snowball is thrown horizontally with a speed of 23.9 m/s from the top of a campus building. It takes the snowball 1.91 sec to travel from the top of the building to the parking lot below. How tall is the building?

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    h=1/2 g (1.91)^2

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    If I was to need to find the range of the snowball how would I go about doing that
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