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A baseball, hit 5 ft above ground, leaves the bat at an angle of
elevation of 75 ^{0}. It is caught by an
outfielder 5 ft above the ground, and 500 ft from home plate. Find
the initial speed of the ball. (Answer correct to two
decimal places.) Please use calculus & vector to find the
answer

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A baseball, hit 2 feet above the ground, leaves the bat at an
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Use g=32 ft/sec2 as the acceleration of
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