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Ball A is thrown vertically up from the ground at time t=0 with an initial velocity of 55m/sec. Ball B is thrown vertically up from ground at t=4 with an initial velocity of 55m/sec. Calculate the maximum distance between the two balls and the time (t) at which this occurs.

Ball A is thrown vertically up from the ground at time t=0 with an initial velocity of 55m/sec. Ball B is thrown vertically up from ground at t=4 with an initial velocity of 55m/sec. Calculate the maximum distance between the two balls and the time (t) at which this occurs.

Grade:12th pass

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Mahima Kanawat
1010 Points
4 years ago
There will be maximum distance when one ball is at ground and other at the highest point .So t= (d ) relative / (v)relative4 = d / 110 { relative speed will be 55+55=110} Both are in opposite directiond= 440mIf you find it useful please approve it.

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