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thegreatone09

**Any help will be appreciated.**

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WhiteKnight

Ask yourself what the total flight time of the ball was.

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If you haven't got it by now the total time is 0.3 +1.5 + 0.3 = 2.1 s. Since the velocity is zero at it's maximum height you can divide the time in half to find how long it takes the ball to fall from its maximum height to the ground. Then use that time to calculate distance and then final velocity.

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