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A BALL IS THROWN VERTICALLY UPWARDS FROM GROUND LEVEL HIT THE GROUND AFTER 4 SECONDS CALCULATE THE MAXIMUM HEIGHT IT REACH DURING THE JOURNEY(g=10m|s)

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  1. max height reached at 2 seconds. use that.

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