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We are doing a lab where the teacher took an chalkboard eraser and he put it between to rulers in a hallway. He used some sort of slingshot to project that eraser.( we did not see how far the eraser went) We have to find how far the eraser will travel in meters. All we were given was an initial velocity of 13. We have to find the distance using that number.

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3. The attempt at a solution

I know velocity is m/s but all we know is the initial velocity. I don't think its possible to find the distance with this much information. Please help. (We are learning derivative and integrals that might help I'm not quite sure)

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# Homework Help: Initial Velocity lab

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