Vertical motion of a bouncing ball
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This article discusses the vertical motion of a bouncing ball. The ball is either left from rest or given an initial vertical speed (upward or downward) at some initial vertical height and then left to itself. While the ball is in the air, the only force on the ball is the gravitational force, so it experiences a downward acceleration due to gravity. Each time the ball hits the floor, it bounces back with a coefficient of restitution .
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