A class is learning about acceleration due to gravity. Their plan is to climb a ladder and drop different kinds of balls from the same height at the same time. They will repeat this for ten trials, recording the data after each
two balls are dropped to the ground from different heights. one ball is dropped 2s after the other but they both strike the ground at the same time, 5s after the first is dropped. what is the difference in height from which they
Tennis Ball Manufacturing: A company manufactures tennis balls. When its tennis balls are dropped onto a concrete surface from a height of 100 inches, the company wants the mean height of a ball’s bounce upward to be 55.5
Two identical rubber balls are dropped from different heights. Ball 1 is dropped from a height of 156 feet, and ball 2 is dropped from a height of 202 feet. Write a function for the height of each ball. h1(t)=159+t h2(t)=202+t
a ball of mass 100g is projected vertically upwards from the ground with a velocity of 49m/s at the same time another identical ball is dropped from a height of 98m to fall freely along the same path as followed by the first ball.
the height that a ball bounces varies directly as the height from which it is dropped. A ball dropped from a height of 20cm bounces 16cm a) Find the height of the bounce if the ball is dropped from a height of 280cm b) Find from
When “superballs” sprang upon the scene in the 1960’s, kids across the United States were amazed that these hard rubber balls could bounce to 90% of the height from which they were dropped. If a superball is dropped from a