Problem: Suppose you toss a tennis ball upward. (c) If the same amount of energy were imparted to a ball the same size as a tennis ball but of twice the mass, how high would the ball go in comparison to the tennis ball? Explain your answers.

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Suppose you toss a tennis ball upward. (c) If the same amount of energy were imparted to a ball the same size as a tennis ball but of twice the mass, how high would the ball go in comparison to the tennis ball? Explain your answers.

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