Question

A ball is dropped from 15.6 ft above the ground. Assume that
air-drag is negligible in this case.

(a) At what height is half of its energy kinetic and half
potential?

ft

(b) Using energy considerations only, what is the velocity of the
ball just as it hits the ground?

ft/s

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