# Physics

I launch a ball vertically precisely 8' in the air. Then I launch a ball vertically 10' in the air. How much longer will it take the ball to travel 10' versus 8'? Put differently, how much more time does it take the ball to go the 2' further (travelling up and returning down)?

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