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A water skier lets go of the tow rope upon leaving the end of a jump ramp at a speed of 14.9 m/s. As the drawing indicates, the skier has a speed of 10.9 m/s at the highest point of the jump. Ignoring air resistance, determine the skier's height H above the top of the ramp at the highest point.

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    Drawing? Not here. his angle of launch is important.

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    I can't manage to add the drawing on this website. But there is no angle on the drawing anyways..

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