**Or**

**Option 2**

Upwards as positive:

This is higher than the height needed to reach point T (2,1 m), therefore, the ball will pass point T.

**Or**

Downwards as positive:

This is higher than the height needed to reach point T (2,1 m), therefore, the ball will pass point T.

**Or**

**Option 3**

This is higher than the height needed to pass the target (2,1 m), therefore, the ball will pass the target.

**Or**

**Option 4**

This is higher than the point height needed to pass point T (2,1 m), therefore, the ball will pass point T.

**Or**

**Option 5**

Upwards as positive:

If the highest point is y_{f} then ∆y = (y_{f} – y_{1,6}). At the highest point, v_{f} is zero.

Yes.

**Or**

This point (4,47m) is higher than point T (or even the required height of 2,1 m), therefore, the ball will pass point T.

**Or**

Downwards as positive:

If the highest point is y_{f} then Δy = (y_{f} – y_{1,6}). At the highest point, v_{f} is zero.

Height is 4,47 m.

This point (4,47 m) is higher than point T (or even the required height of 2,1 m), therefore, the ball will pass point T.

**Or**

**Option 6**

Upwards as positive:

If the highest point is y_{f} then Δy = (y_{f} – y_{1,6}) At the highest point, v_{f} is zero.

This point (4,47m) is higher than point T (or even the required height of 2,1 m), therefore, the ball will pass point T.

**Or**

Downwards as positive:

If the highest point is y_{f} then Δy = (y_{f} – y_{1,6}). At the highest point, v_{f} is zero.

Height is 4,47 m.

This point (4,47m) is higher than point T (or even the required height of 2,1 m), therefore, the ball will pass point T.

**Or**

**Option 7**

Upwards as positive:

This is higher than the height needed to pass the target (2,1 m), therefore, the ball will pass the target.

**Or**

Downwards as positive:

Height is 2,98 m.

This is higher than the height needed to pass the target (2,1 m), therefore, the ball will pass the target.

**Or**

**Option 8**

Upwards as positive:

At the highest point, v_{f} is zero:

This is the actual velocity needed to reach the target. The given velocity is greater than the actual velocity needed. The ball will pass the target.

**Or**

Downwards as positive:

At the highest point, v_{f} is zero:

This is the actual velocity needed to pass the target. The given velocity is greater than the actual velocity needed. The ball will reach the target.

**Or**

**Option 9**

**Or**

**Option 10**

Upwards as positive:

**Or**

Downwards as positive:

**Or**

**Option 11**

Upwards as positive:

The time to pass point T is less than the time to reach maximum height. The ball will pass point T.

**Or**

Downwards as positive:

The time to reach point T is less than the time to reach maximum height. The ball will pass point T.

**Or**

**Option 12**

Upwards as positive:

Velocity at T is 3,88 m·s^{-1}, therefore, the ball still moving towards its maximum height.

**Or**

Downwards as positive:

Velocity at T is -3,88 m·s^{-1}, therefore, the ball is still moving towards its maximum height.