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Rise of an object-Physics (Posted on 2003-04-01) Difficulty: 3 of 5
If a 7kg object is thrown straight upwards at a speed of 10m/s(meters per second)

To what height will it rise? note: gravitational constant = -9.8m/s

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionPuzzle Solution : Method IIK Sengupta2008-12-04 06:17:37
SolutionPuzzle SolutionK Sengupta2008-12-03 00:24:45
AnswerK Sengupta2008-11-30 00:09:47
SolutionTHE VOICE OF NEWTON'S GODvije2004-07-03 05:20:13
SolutionI thinklogischer Verstand2004-04-11 23:16:29
soln.sean2003-12-17 15:37:40
dl2003-11-02 13:33:39
parabolasteve2003-10-16 16:51:54
SolutionSolutionAntonio2003-08-22 01:17:33
Solutionre: Solutionfwaff2003-04-01 20:32:00
Some ThoughtsSolutionRavi Raja2003-04-01 20:10:03
PhysicsLucifer2003-04-01 14:33:01
GravityTimothy2003-04-01 13:00:50
re: In vacuum or in air...Charlie2003-04-01 09:20:25
Conserve energyBryan2003-04-01 09:18:12
SolutionIn vacuum or in air...Charlie2003-04-01 09:09:11
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