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a ball is thrown vertically upward and reaches a height of 15 cm. Find, a.) The projection velocity b.) the time of flight c.) the speed with w/c the ball passes the starting point

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  1. 15cm? Wow.

    at the top, vf=0

    vf=vi-2g(.15) solve for vi

    vf=vi-gt solve for time t at the top.
    now time of flight is 2*t

    vf=vi-g(2t)

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