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posted by brent k .
If I throw a baseball horizontally off of a 100m tower at a velocity of 3.33m/s how long will it take the ball to fall to the ground?

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Elena
t = sqrt(2•h/g) =
=sqrt(2•100/9.8) = 4.52 s.
For the range L =v•t = 3.33•4.52 =15 m
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