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Posted by Tram on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 2:02am.

one of the main battery of cannons protecting the entrance to San Francisco Bay were able t horizontally propel 7.3 kg cannon balls with an average speed of 26.2m/s. if the height of the cannon emplacement were 112m above San Francisco Bay,
a. how far from the cannon's muzzle (end of cannon where cannon ball exits) would the cannon ball land?
b. at what would the cannon need to be set so as to land half the distance?
My answer: a. 124m . b. 151 degrees

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