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Projectile motion a ball rolls off the edge of a tabletop 1 m above the floor and strikes the floor at a point 1.5 m horizontally from the edge of the table. find the (a) time of flight, (b) initial velocity, (c) final velocity just before it strikes the floor.

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  • Bijit Kalita
    Bijit Kalita May 11, 2010

    Ball was in the moon.
    we need to go there to check all the paramenters like scattering co-eff of light and soil. Becaz Frictional co-eff is not same as that in the earth.

  • digit dewmkitty
    digit dewmkitty May 11, 2010

    lolz thats excellent

    >^.^<

  • Peter Thompson
    Peter Thompson May 11, 2010

    (d) Get on your hands an knees and look for the ball.


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Surely the ball was having a ball with the table.. a 69 position could help taking the average time for it to come. and **** off on the floor with a velocity determined by the medium viscosity which ends upto a final value discovered by Indians --------- '0'

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