Calculate speed without distance

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During the world series a ball is hit straight up from the batter's box and reaches a height of 295 ft. Neglecting air friction, what speed (mph) will the baseball attain if it is caught by the catcher at the same height it was hit?
 

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During the world series a ball is hit straight up from the batter's box and reaches a height of 295 ft. Neglecting air friction, what speed (mph) will the baseball attain if it is caught by the catcher at the same height it was hit?
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I have this same problem and I've tried a few things but I cant get it either. Should I make another post or show my work here?
 
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I have this same problem and I've tried a few things but I cant get it either. Should I make another post or show my work here?
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