Posted by **Anonymous** on Monday, October 3, 2011 at 11:20am.

A golfer wants to drive a ball a distance of 310 yards. If the 4-‐wood launches the ball at an angle at 15° above the horizontal, and assuming that the drive is over level ground (i.e. the start and final vertical position is the same; vertical displacement is zero), what must be the initial speed of the ball to achieve the required distance (assume a perfectly straight drive).

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