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    Physics - curves on a graph

    At time t = 0 s, apple 1 is dropped from a bridge onto a roadway beneath the bridge; somewhat later, apple 2 is thrown down from the same height. Figure 2-25 gives the vertical positions y of the apples versus t during the falling, until both apples have hit the roadway. With approximately what speed is apple 2 thrown down?
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    Quote Originally Posted by massid View Post
    At time t = 0 s, apple 1 is dropped from a bridge onto a roadway beneath the bridge; somewhat later, apple 2 is thrown down from the same height. Figure 2-25 gives the vertical positions y of the apples versus t during the falling, until both apples have hit the roadway. With approximately what speed is apple 2 thrown down?
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