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Calculate the height of the jump




Greetings Lord Experts!

Unfortunately, I (I hope only yet) does not give physics, I’m either stupid or yes.

So, I can’t find a formula for calculating the height of the jump (only the y coordinate is used), and only the speed, gravity, and friction are used from the input data.

Maybe someone has the answer? : z

Answer 1, Authority 100%

Speed square is divided into 2 and on gravity.

h = v ^ 2 / 2G

No friction with a vertical jump can not

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