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In a baseball game, a batter hits the ball at a height of 4.60 ft above the ground so that its angle of projection is 52.0° to the horizontal. The ball lands in the grandstand, 39.0 ft up from the bottom; see Fig. The grandstand seats slope upward at 28.0° with the bottom seats 358 ft from home plate. Calculate the speed with which the ball left the bat. (Ignore air resistance.)

In a baseball game, a batter hits the ball at a height of 4.60 ft above the ground so that its angle of projection is 52.0° to the horizontal. The ball lands in the grandstand, 39.0 ft up from the bottom; see Fig. The grandstand seats slope upward at 28.0° with the bottom seats 358 ft from home plate. Calculate the speed with which the ball left the bat. (Ignore air resistance.)

Grade:11

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Kevin Nash
askIITians Faculty 332 Points
7 years ago
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Round of to three significant figures,
v0 = 115 ft/ s
Therefore, the speed with which the ball leaves the bat is 115 ft/s .

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