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The problem is: A bullet shot vertically upward leaves the gun at a velocity of 655 m/s. How far above the muzzle will the bullet be 1.0 s after it is fired?

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I know that i have the time (1 s) and the velocity (655 m/s). I just don't know how to find the other parts and then which equation to use to find how far above the muzzle the bullet will be.

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