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Physics-kinematics pb;A body is dropped from a height of 16m .the body strikes the ground and looses 25% of its velocity.the body rebounces to a height of ?

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P.S. This is a "trick" question -- when a human-body strikes the hard ground, it will lose (not "loose") 100% of its velocity.

When a human-body contacts something fluid, such as water, then it's possible that it will lose 25% or 50% or 75% of its velocity, and continue to dive _below_ the surface of the water.

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