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Homework Help: two dimensional kinematics

Posted by ringo on Monday, October 8, 2012 at 1:41am.

A hammer slides down a roof of angle theta (with respect to the ground). It slides along the
roof distance D. As it leaves the roof, a height H above the ground, it has velocity in both
directions. Find how far from the base of the building the hammer lands.

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