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Again thanks for all your help, really rusty with this right now.

Any help on this one?

Need to start with the right equation & how to solve.

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Again thanks for all your help, really rusty with this right now.

Any help on this one?

Need to start with the right equation & how to solve.

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Then figure out how far it dropped from its highest point (where velocity = 0) to the point 5 meters above the ground. (maximum height - 5). Use this new distance and another kinmatic formula to calculate the rocket's velocity at that point.

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