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How far will a ball travel in 4.2 s if a baseball thrower pitches ball at 43 ms-1?
(make sure you have the correct units)Velocity (ms-1) = Distance (m) / Time (s)

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    they give you the formula; what's the problem?

    distance = speed * time = 43m/s * 4.2s = ?

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