Physics
posted by Anonymous on .
A cannon is fired horizontally from atop a 40.0 m tower. The cannonball travels 145 m horizontally before it strikes the ground. With what velocity did the ball leave the muzzle?

If you are "marco", you clearly need a tutor full time. H means height, g is a very universal symbol for the acceleration due to gravity.
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This looks like a question I answered last week.
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1292888446 
A cannon is fired horizontally from atop a 40.0 m tower. The cannonball travels 145 m horizontally before it strikes the ground. With what velocity did the ball leave the muzzle?