1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Watch the crash test video , and determine the following: 1. How fast is one of the crash test dummies thrown forward (the crash at :34 seconds) ? Pick either one, and be clear how you estimate this. 2. Assuming the speed you got from part (1), how high would a different dummy, specifically the one thrown nearly straight up (and out of sight), go if thrown at that speed? 3. Find a way of estimating the actual height achieved by this crash test dummy (the one thrown vertically, out of sight). Since the only scene where this one lands is in slow-motion ( :34) you will have to find a way to calibrate the timing with other scenes shown in real time. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I'm lost! I think I should make a speed time plot but how should I calibrate for slow motion in the crash at 34 seconds? Help Please!