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# A tennis ball is dropped from 1.55 m above the ground It rebounds to a height of 0.824 mWith what velocity does it hit the ground?

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Q: A tennis ball is dropped from 1.55 m above the ground It rebounds to a height of 0.824 mWith what velocity does it hit the ground?
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