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Homework Help: Twelfth Grade Physics

Posted by Cooper on Thursday, September 27, 2007 at 7:44pm.

A ball is kicked toward Ryan with an initial velocity of 21.0 m.s at an angle of 41 degrees above the horizontal. At that instant, Ryan is 51.0m from the kicker. In what direction, and with what constant velocity, should Ryan run in order to catch the ball at the level it was kicked at?

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