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You throw a 1kg ball out of a window 12 meters above the ground with horizontal speed. It lands on the ground 5 meters from the building after 1 second. Ignore air resistance, A) How fast did you throw the ball? B) What was the ball's initial velocity? C) How fast was it traveling when it hits the ground?

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