Posted by **karen** on Friday, October 19, 2012 at 1:01am.

a scared kangaroo clears a fence that is 2.44 meters tall. what is the vertical component of the kangaroos velocity at take off (vfi) ? if the horizontal component of the kangaroos velocity is 4.80m/s at what angle did the kangaroo take off the ground? (hint: at its maximum height the kangaroos vertical velocity is 0)

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