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10 m/s
20 m/s
30 m/s
45 m/s
25 degrees
45 degrees
60 degrees
90 degrees
Decrease
Increase
Remain the same
The ball’s velocity increases, and the distance it falls in one second decreases
The ball’s velocity remains the same, and the distance the ball falls in one second decreases
The ball’s velocity increases, and the distance the ball falls in one second increases
The ball’s velocity increases, and the distance the ball falls in one second remains the same
The 30° angle because the ball goes further
The 80° angle because the ball goes further
The 30° angle because the ball spends more time in the air
The 80° angle because the ball spends more time in the air
21 meters
6 meters
13.2 meters
46.2 meters