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Two particles are thrown horizontally from different heights with equal initial speeds. Find the difference of heights h1-h2 if the object fall to the ground at the same time.
As voy=vox=0, t1=t2, the difference of heights is 0. Am i right?
Hi annalia10, PhysicsOverflow is a site for graduate-level+ questions, I am therefore voting to close this as not graduate level.
However, you might have luck in getting help on PhysicsForums ...
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