Thelma stands on top of a building whose height is H and throws a ball upward. The speed of the ballwhen it leaves her hand is vT , where the subscript stands for both Thelma and top. Bob is standing at thebottom of the building and at the same instant throws another ball upwards with speed vB. What is theslowest that vB can be if Bob’s ball hits Thelma’s when Thelma’s ball is still on the way up?Express your answer in terms of gravitational acceleration g, H, and vT . (I would recommend that you drawa picture.)
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