These are from a british columbia provincial exam from a few years ago. My teacher enlisted my help in trying to figure out a solution. This is supposed to be for physics 11.
I can't figure it out. Maybe one of you awesome people can help me. Thanks...
A Quarterback can throw a football a maximum range of 80 meters on level ground.
What is the highest point reached by this football if thrown this maximum range? Ignore air friction.
e. 40m <--- this is the answer but we cannot figure out why.
A baseball is thrown vertically into the air at a velocity (v), and reaches maximum height (h). At what height was the baseball moving with one half of its original velocity? air resistance is negligible.
a. 0.50 h
b. 0.33 h
c. 0.25 h
d. 0.75 h
e. 0.67 h <--- Correct answer, but how?