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An object is thrown upwards at an initial speed of 19.6m/s from a height of 55m. How long will it take for the object to reach the ground.(from the time it was thrown)

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    Solve this equation for t:

    H(t) = 55 + 19.6 t -4.9 t^2 = 0

    Take the positive root. (There will be two solutions.)

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    Drwls
    Could it also be solved by using
    v=u+at for the upward throw;then another motion equation for the upward distance; added to the fall time (sqrt 2h/g) all the way to the bottom?

    Charlie

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    Yes, that would work also.

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