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The volleyball will NOT hit the ground with greater anything. Assuming that the soccer ball is the same spherical diameter and greater mass than the volleyball it will hit the ground with greater velocity and greater impact.

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Q: A volleyball is dropped from a cliff and a soccer is thrown upward from the same position when each ball reaches the ground at the bottom of the cliff the volleyball will hit the ground with greater?
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