An elementary student kicks a ball straight into the air with a velocity of 16 feet/sec. If acceleration due to gravity is −32 ft/sec2, how many seconds after it leaves his foot will it take the ball to reach its highest point? Assume the position at time t = 0 is 0 feet.

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An elementary student kicks a ball straight into the air with a velocity of 16 feet/sec. If acceleration due to gravity is −32 ft/sec2, how many seconds after it leaves his foot will it take the ball to reach its highest point? Assume the position at time t = 0 is 0 feet.

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anyhow... try reposting there are two ways to get it... I was thinking on using the initial velocity formula including initial height but you may not follow that one, and skips one step anyhow, there's another initial formula you could use -> http://www.wikihow.com/Find-Initial-Velocity#/Image:Find-Initial-Velocity-Step-5.jpg anyhow... try reposting

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