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# Projectile Motion: Multiple collisions between two walls

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Please solve each problem step by step giving solutions please. SHOW every equation used and every step getting to the answer. Show substitutions, etc. Please give units. On problem 3 show position versus time diagrams and velocity versus time diagrams please! Look below for one page. The 1st attachment has problem 1 and 2.

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After multiple collisions with two walls the ball lends to ground, which is discussed in detail in the given solution.

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There is no horizontal force acting on the ball between the collisions and hence the horizontal velocity of the ball remains constant = 1 m/s. The walls are applying no vertical force and hence the vertical motion is continually under gravity. As the distance between the walls is 1 m, it takes 1 s to cover this ...

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