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Cubs outfielder Alfonso Soriano catches a ball 5.2 s after throwing it vertically upward. How high did the ball go, relative to his hand?

It took half that time to go up, then half that time to fall. Consider the falling time.
Hf=hi1/2 g t^2
0=hi4.9t^2 solve for hi.
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