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The ball reaches the end of the table in .178584 s, a distance of 14.016 cm. The table is 86.49 cm tall. What is the ball's velocity and far will it roll?

2. Relevant equations

y=v_{i}t+.5(g)(t)^{2}

x=vt

3. The attempt at a solution

I assumed v_{i}was 0 and got that time=4.201, but that didn't seem to make sense. Should I convert the 86.49 into .8649 m? Because then I get that time=.4 ish and that can't be right....

Edit: Do I multiply the time (4.20) by vhorizontal? 4.20*(14.016/.1785)=32.98428?

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