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Write down all the variables which are present in this problem

Think about kinematics for now, what does it mean maximum heigh h?

at maximum height vf = 0

Yes, you can use the ratio to find the height on mars

I'm mostly lost on which formula is the most appropriate to use for this question.

Was your first question in terms of h?

Yes it was.

So for that you took the ratio of the kinematic equation v^2 = v0^2+2ah then you should have 2.64H

Yes that is what I did!

Ok, so now use since you want time, what kinematic equation can we use?

The reason it is 0 is because it goes up and then it returns to the ground

I see! Thanks. Now we need to find V0 to solve for t? Setting V0 to 0 only makes t = 0.

You should end up with \[(at)_E=(at)_M\] where and E and M are the planets

You should note the answer is similar to a but the quantity of course is different

Sounds good! And np :)