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A stone thrown upward from the top of a 110 ft cliff at 149 ft/sec eventually falls to the beach below.

A stone thrown upward from the top of a 110 ft cliff at 149 ft/sec eventually falls to the beach below. (For this problem take the acceleration due to gravity to be g = -32 ft/sec^2; take upwards to be a positive direction.)

How long before the stone hits the beach?

What is the velocity of the stone on impact?

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