Physics
posted by Jimmy .
A ball is thrown straight up and passes point B(at a height of 45.6m above its starting point O) in 4.9s
What was its initial speed? The acceleration of gravity is 9.8m/s^2
Answer in units of m/s.
I think the answer is 14.7m/s
but im not sure since you probably cant have negative speed
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