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horizontally 2.43 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 500° 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. (a) Number? 0.5692287_6_8673 ‘Eumts m
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with the rifle, how high (in cm) above the target must the riﬂe barrel be pointed so that the bullet hits dead
center? Number :_3.g\9‘2\1_28003342 Units cm _ l 1
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above its point of projection. What are the (a) horizontal and (b) vertical components of the initial velocity of the projectile? (c) At the instant the projectile achieves its maximum height above ground level, how far is it displaced
horizontally from the launch point? (a) Number 27 Units m/s
(b) Number 43.8 Units m/s
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