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TECH GEEK
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What is the equation to find the height of a bouncing ball under Earth's gravity (9.8?) if given the time (t) from the start of the drop (10ft) if the ball is either a tennis ball or a ball that reaches 1/2 of the previous max height? (Ignoring air resistance & spin) In addition, the angle of drop needs to equal 90^{o} from a perfectly level and flat ground. Ohh and I would like to know the name so i can look it up on the web...
Thank you for any help...