Posted by **Lisa K.** on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 8:19am.

In 1993, Javier Sotomayor set a world record of 2.43 m in the men's outdoor high jump. He is 193 cm(6ft 4in) tall. BY treating his body as a point located at half his height, given that he left the ground a horizontal distance from the bar 1.5 m at a takeoff angle of 65 degrees, determine Javier takeoff speed?

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