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A baseball is thrown vertically upward with an initial velocity of 20m/s. The maximum height gained by the ball is?

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  1. If you have learned about energy, you can calculate by equating kinetic and potential energies assuming all kinetic energy (due to velocity) is converted to potential energy (due to height).
    mgh=(1/2)mv²
    when m cancels out,
    g=acc. due to gravity (m/s/s)
    h=height attained (m)
    v=initial velocity
    final velocity is zero at the highest point.
    h=(1/2)v²/g

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