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posted by Jodine .
How would I figure out the horiz. distance if I have the velocity and the vertical distance? I also have the acceleration. What formula could I use?

Please provide a full description of the problem. Is this a ballistics broblem in which a projectile is launched at some angle and you know the launch velcoity and how high it rises?
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