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a math professor is thrown off the matthews bridges, height 240ft, by a disgruntled calculus class with an intitial upward velocity of 10ft/s

a) assumign the acceleration dude to gravity is -32ft/s^2,find the macimum height of the professor.
b) find the time before the professor is wimming with the fishes

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