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A tennis player strikes a ball when it is 1.1 m above the ground, with a velocity 20 m/s at  17 degrees above the horizontal.  The net is 8 m away horizontally and it is  0.5 m high.  How high, vertically, above the net does the ball pass?

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    i got 2.19.. is this correct?

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    That's what I've got too, good work!

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