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posted by sim .
how do we calculate the height of a falling ball with a mass of 0.5kg and a velocity of 10m/s.

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Steve
Unlike your previous post, there is no way to solve this problem. Maybe the ball was thrown from a height of 10km with a velocity of 10m/s

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Celi
Force=mass*accelaration
F=ma 
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Celi
Soryr. I misread question. wrong.

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alamin
when a constan force 15 N at an angle of 60 degree with the direction of motion causes a body to move a distance of 10 m calculate the work done by the force.
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