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Neglecting air resistance, how high could a 0.15kg baseball be thrown if it is throw straight up at a speed of 25m/s?

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    The mass m is not needed. Potential energy increase equals initial kinetic energy when
    m*g*H = m Vo^2/2
    H = Vo^2/(2g) = 31.9 meters

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