Answer to Question #24462 in Mechanics | Relativity for Sam Turac
Ball "r" is dropped onto a bunch of see saws which will result in ball "G" on the right to fly upward. Seesaws A, B, C, D, and E are initially in an equilibrium prior to ball "r" dropping on seesaw A. When ball "G" reaches its highest point, a baseball player hits the ball horizontally causing the ball to fly to the right. Mass "G" is in the air for a total duration of 14 seconds. What is the required height "h" of mass "r" being dropped in order for the ball "G" to reach the height where the baseball player would be able to hit it?