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I drew out image of the situation but still need help. Can someone help with this problem about swinging on wrecking ball when at 1st: wrecking ball is in line with birdbath when at a peak in its trajectory, and in line with front door at the lowest point in the trajectory. since drag is acting against the wrecking ball’s motion, 3.00 minutes later the peak of the wrecking ball’s trajectory is in line with garden gnome, halfway point between birdbath and front door. How much longer will it take for the peak of the ball’s trajectory to be halfway between garden gnome and front door? From the time she begins to watch wrecking ball, how long will it take for trajectory peak to be in line with the edge of her welcome mat, which is one tenth of the distance from her front door to the bird bath?

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