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###### A small sphere of mass I0 kg is released from rest at height of 15.0 m above the ground level. The sphere experiences constant resistive force (due t0 air resistance) of magnitude R 10.0 N Calculate the speed ofthe sphere after it has fallen through distance of 5,00 m, (8pts)15.0 mCalculate the speed of the ball just before it hits the gound. (Zpts)

A small sphere of mass I0 kg is released from rest at height of 15.0 m above the ground level. The sphere experiences constant resistive force (due t0 air resistance) of magnitude R 10.0 N Calculate the speed ofthe sphere after it has fallen through distance of 5,00 m, (8pts) 15.0 m Calculate the speed of the ball just before it hits the gound. (Zpts)

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