1)A ball is dropped from the top of a 56.0 m-tall building. After 2.00 s, another ball is thrown upward from the ground. When the two balls pass the same point, they have the same speed. How fast was the upward-bound ball thrown?
2)You are riding an elevator with an open roof. You are moving down at a speed of 4.00 m/s when you throw an apple up into the air at a speed of 6.00 m/s relative to the elevator.
a) How long does it take you to catch the apple?
3)A child has a tennis ball and a baseball. He lets go of the tennis ball from the top of a high building, waits , and then throws the baseball straight down with a speed such that the two balls have a relative speed of 10 m/s when they meet 40 m below. How long did the child wait before throwing the baseball?
4) You throw a ball up in the air with a speed such that it reaches your friend on a balcony 30.0 m above. At the same time, your friend throws another ball down to you such that it reaches you with twice the speed with which you threw your ball. What is the relative velocity of the two balls when they pass each other?
x12=1/2*a12t^2 + v0,12t + x0, 12
vf = v0 + at
The Attempt at a Solution
I spent a lot of time trying all of these, my attempts are in a notebook
Basically, I just have trouble modelling the relationship, if you set up the equation with like 1 line of explanation I will likely be able to follow it
Thanks to anyone who helps me with 1/more problems