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A batter hits a ball and it is caught 4 seconds later 100 meters from home plate. What is the initial velocity of the ball?

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    horizontal velocity=100/4 m/s

    vertical velocity:
    viv*4=1/2 g 4^2
    or vertical velocity=1/2 g *16/4=2*9.8

    velocityinitial= sqrt(verticalvel^2+horizvel^2)

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