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A celebrating student throws a water balloon horizontally from a dormitory window that is 50 m above the ground.  It hits the ground at a point 60 m from the building. Ignore air.
(a) What will be the horizontal component of the velocity of the balloon just before it hits the ground?
(b) What will be the magnitude of the vertical velocity of the balloon just before it hits the ground?
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(a) 19 m/s     (b) 31 m/s
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