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An arrow is shot horizontally off a 100 m high building. A target is dangled from a rope 204 m away. How far off the ground do you have to dangle the target from the arrow to hit it?

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    That will depend upon the velocity of the released arrow. The faster the arrow, the less it drops while travelling to the target. They should have provided that information.

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