motion in one dimension, Physics

A packed parachute is dropped from rest from an airplane. A daredevil is launched straight down rom the plane 3.00s later. Neglecting air resistance, the daredevil catches up to the parachute 4.00s later the daredevil leaves the plane. What are the daredevil''s initial and final velocities?
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