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A bouncy ball bounces 16m on its first bounce and then 8m on the second bounce. Each time it bounces the height halves. How high will the ball bounce on the 10th bounce?

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    it bounces 32/2^n m on the nth bounce.

    So, on the 10th bounce, it bounces 32/1024 = 1/32 m

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