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Michael Jordan was said to have a hang time of 3 seconds. Use kinematic equations to determine the height to which MJ could leap if he had a hang time of 3 seconds. Hint: You are solving for distance!

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    Well, at the top, it took 1.5 seconds to come down.

    h=1/2 g t^2 where g=9.9m/s^2 and t=1.5
    h= 1/2 9.8 * 2.25
    I don't believe the time unless it was slow motion.

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    11.1m

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    11

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