http://www.foothillfalcons.org/ourpages/auto/2008/10/19/62799693/Rolling%20Ball%20Lab.pdf [Broken] I am doing a lab in class where we set up a ramp on a table and measured the distance the ball travels on the horizontal part of the track. We then rolled the a marble down the ramp and did trials on the time it took to travel the horizontal distance (catching the ball before it fell off the table) I used the formula V= D/T to get speed of the ball as it rolled across the table. How do I use kinematics equations to determine the horizontal and vertical distance from the table at which the ball will hit the floor.? Vertical: Vi =? d = ? Vf = ? a = ? t = ? What equation should I use and how do I get the variables? Horizontal: Vi = 0 d = ? Vf = ? a = -9.8 m/s^2 t= ? If anyone could help me even a little I would appreciate it!