Question

During a tennis match, a player serves the ball at 25.3 m/s,
with the center of the ball leaving the racquet horizontally 2.58 m
above the court surface. The net is 12.0 m away and 0.900 m high.
When the ball reaches the net, **(a)** what is the
distance between the center of the ball and the top of the net?
**(b)** Suppose that, instead, the ball is served as
before but now it leaves the racquet at 5.00° below the horizontal.
When the ball reaches the net, what now is the distance between the
center of the ball and the top of the net? Enter a positive number
if the ball clears the net. If the ball does not clear the net,
your answer should be a negative number. Use *g*=9.81
m/s^{2}.

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