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A flower pot is thrown out of a window with a horizontal velocity of 8 m/s. If the window is 1.5 m off the ground, how far from the window does it land?

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    (horizontal velocity) x (time to fall)

    The time to fall is
    t = sqrt(2H/g)

    H = 1.5 m

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