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A Frisbee is thrown horizontally with a speed of 12 m/s. If the Frisbee moves a horizontal distance of 15 m, how long will it stay in the air?

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  1. d = Xo*t = 15 m.
    12t = 15
    t = 1.25 s. = Fall time.

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  2. G: Vix=12m/s dx=15m
    F: t=?
    S: t=dx/Vix
    =15m/12m/s
    =1.25s

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