Question

The ball hits by a baseball player makes the baseball bat 0.9
above the ground, 61 ° to the horizontal.

it leaves with an initial velocity of 28 ? / ? upwards. Neglecting
air resistance

a) If the ball is not caught, find out how far it has traveled
horizontally and then landed.

b) Standing at the point where the ball was hit and 2 second after
the ball was kicked

just before the ball of another player starting to run hits the
ground (at ground level)

what acceleration must it have to catch up?

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