1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Figure out the total distance traveled by a ball bouncing vertically when its dropped from a height of 6 ft above the ground and the time the ball was in motion for. G 32ft/s^2 ball one dropped from 72 inches bounced back up 53 inches with a Coefficient of restitution of .736 2. Relevant equations the distance i figured would be the CR of each bounce up times 2, with the initial drop the ball traveled 178inches with just one bounce. 72 drop down + (2(53 bounce[up + down])) + (2(53xCR)) + .... How do i figure out how to calculate the distance without punching in the CR and calculating each bounce up and down 3. The attempt at a solution I got the Coefficient of restitution for each ball tested, but im having some trouble with figuring out the time and distance problem.