Asked Feb 24, 2012, 03:27 AM —
An orangutan throws a coconut vertically upward at the foot of a cliff 40m high while his mate simultaneously drops another coconut from the top of the cliff. The two coconuts collide at an altitude of 20m. What was the initial speed of the coconut that was thrown upward?

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