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Write a projectile motion problem with the initial condition vi=15 m/s at 50° above the horizontal. Solve this problem for ∆x, max height, and time of flight.

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    I will be happy to critique your thinking.

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    do you know which equation to use? i have no idea what to do!

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    thanks that helps.
    so how would you solve it for the other listed values?

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