Posted by **Kevin** on Wednesday, September 21, 2011 at 4:06pm.

Hi, I'm having trouble with a particular homework problem.

A rifle has muzzle velocity 450 m/s.

If you're 53.0 m from a target the same height as the rifle, at what angle above the horizontal should you aim in order to hit the target?

All help would be appreciated

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