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A baseball leaves the bat 1.5m above the ground traveling at 100mph at an angle of 27 degrees above the horizontal. There is a 3.1m high fence 14m a. Assuming air resistance is negligible on which side of the fence does the baseball first hit? b. How far from the fence does it first make impact?

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The ball will hit the ground on the right side of the fence

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