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A tiger leaps horizontally from a 15.0 m high rock with a speed of 7.10 m/s. How far (in meters) from the base of the rock will it land?


so using the equation h=1/2 gt^2
and i put in 15 for h and g is 9.8 so i solve for t. is this right and when do i use the 7.10 m/s

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