Physics
posted by Melanie .
A ball is thrown straight up and reaches a
maximum height of 6.71 m.
What was its initial speed? The accelera
tion of gravity is 9.8 m/s2 .
Answer in units of m/s
please give right answer and explain how you got it, thanks !
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