Asked Jan 29, 2020

A ball thrown straight up into the air is found to be moving at 7.99 m/s after falling 2.96 m below its release point. Find the ball's initial speed (in m/s).


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Final velocity v = -7.99 m/s

Total displacement S = -2.96 m

Step 2


Let us take the upward directi...

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