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Ms. Brown is jumping on a trampoline. He is bounced upward at +11 m/s. A. How high will it take him to get to the highest point in his jump? B. How

Ms. Brown is jumping on a trampoline. He is bounced upward at +11 m/s. A. How high will it take him to get to the highest point in his jump? B. How high will he jump? C. How fast will he be going when he hits the trampoline again?
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    • Apr 02, 2018 at 7:58pm

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