Gabylovesyou
A juggler is performing an act by juggling several balls. The juggler throws the balls up at an initial height of 3.9 feet with a speed of 14.8 feet per second. If the juggler did not catch a ball, about how long will it take the ball to hit the floor?
1.45 secs
1.14 secs
0.28 secs
0.21 secs
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@Yahoo!
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Use Kinematics Equation
Gabylovesyou
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kinematics?
nincompoop
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he's just being "fancy"
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oh lol ....
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1st just figure out how high the ball went with the speed of 14 feet/s
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3.9
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V^-u^2 = 2gs
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O.o
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what do i do with that ?
nincompoop
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lol. some people that are good in math aren't good in teaching or explaining
nubeer
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hmm i tried with this approach earlier.. but didn't got even near to the answer.
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;/ gosh gosh gosh gosh gosh lol
nubeer
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it's more like a physics questions.. you can try posting in physics section u might get help there..
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Yeah..u r Ryt.....With out Knowing Kinematics Equation of Motion u Cant Really Solve it...i guess
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but its in my algebra thing .... and its called " Solving Real-World Problems Involving Quadratic Equations"