Posted by **George** on Saturday, December 18, 2010 at 8:24pm.

A launcher fires a projectile with a velocity of 6.31m/s. Determine the horizontal distance of the projectile (in the air) at 5 degrees. Recalculate this distance at 10, 15, 20.... (5 degree increments) up to 90 degrees (at which point the horizontal distance will be zero). Graph this data (Distance vs. Launch Angle). Distance will be on the Y-axis and launch angle will be on the X-axis.

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