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The acceleration due to gravity on the moon has a magnitude of 1.62 m/s. deal with a placekicker kicking a football. Assume that the ball is kicked on the moon instead of on the earth. Find (a) the maximum height H and (b) the range that the ball would attain on the moon.

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