A ball is released from the top of a 67.0 m high building. At the same instant a second ball is shot straight up from the ground with an initial speed of 20.0 m/s, directly below the point where the first ball was dropped. Ignore air drag and calculate a. the height above the ground where the balls collide. b. the velocity (magnitude and direction) of each ball just before the collision.

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