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A student throws a tennis ball horizontally at 25 meters per second from a cliff 45 meters above the level ground. How far (Horizontally) from the base of the cliff does the ball hit the ground?[Neglect air resistance].

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Step 1

**Given**

Initial velocity

u_{x} = 25 m/s

u_{y} = 0

Height of the cliff h = 45 m

Step 2

**Solution**

Time taken for the ball to reach the ground

Step 3

Horizontal r...

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