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posted by Lily .
Stephanie serves a volleyball from a height
of 0.85 m and gives it an initial velocity of
+6.6 m/s straight up.
How high will the volleyball go? The accel
eration of gravity is 9.81 m/s2.
Answer in units of m

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Henry
hmax = ho + (V^2Vo^2)/2g.
hmax = 0.85 + (043.56)/19.62 = 3.07 m.
= Ht. above gnd.
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