1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A baseball, thrown from shortstop position to first base travels 32m horizontally, rises 3mm and falls 3m. Find the velocity of the ball. 2. Relevant equations d=v(t)+0.5(a)(t)^2 3. The attempt at a solution So i know horizontal motion will be a constant velocity and vertical will have acceleration (-9.8m/s/s) For the equation i know d=2.997m, a=-9.8m/s/s but there are still two unknowns. I was thinking of substitution or elimination to get rid of a variable, with anything i sub in has a variable so it gets no where. If there was one more given it would be easy, but i cant get anywhere with just displacement other then the time it takes just to drop it (which should be the time when its dropped 3mm to the ground but i dont know that smaller distance. Gan somebody help me with what my next step should be?