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A gymnast jumps straight up, with her center of mass moving at...
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More Details: A gymnast jumps straight up, with her center of mass moving at 3.72 m/s as she leaves the ground. How high above this point is her center of mass at the following
times? (Ignore the effects of air resistance, and assume the initial height of her center of mass is at y = 0.)
t (s) y (m)
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