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A pair of identical balls are connected by a massless rod, and thrown straight up into the air, such that the center of mass of the pair reaches a maximum height of 13.2 m above the point of release. Exactly 1.0 s after reaching this height, the velocity of one ball is measured to be 3.2 m/s upward. What is the velocity of the other ball at this time? Ignore air resistance.

6.6 m/s down



9.8 m/s up



22.8 m/s down



13.0 m/s down



13.0 m/s up



9.8 m/s down

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