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I have this question regarding how i would do the second part of this question as i already know how to do the first part ,but i can't seem to find an approach to the second."What is the speed of the stone at a height of 10m from the ground?"

A stone is thrown off the edge of a cliff and lands 37.5m from the base of the cliff.If the stone's initial speed was 11.5m/s,how high is the cliff?

What is the speed of the stone at a height of 10m from the ground?

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

tx=dx/vx

37.5/11.5m/s =3.26 secs

y=1/2gty^2

y=.5(9.8m/s^2)(3.26s)^2 = 52 m

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