Finding the altitude of a ball using weight and time airborne Answered
I was shooting my tennis ball cannon today, and i was wondering if there was a way to find out the altitude of the ball using the time it was airborne and the weight of the ball. I have no idea how to approach this, i dont know of any math formulas that we've learned so far that can compute this. I think it would have to factor in drag, gravity, the weight of the ball, and how long it was in the air. I just dont know how to do it. If anyone with a better understanding of physics and mathematics can help me out, or point me in the right direction, it would really help me out! thanks!