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An arrow is shot from a bow at 42 m/s at 70 degrees what is the horizontal and vertical components

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    how is the 70 degrees measured? from the horizontal?

    horizontal=42*cos70
    vertical=42*sin70

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    An arrow is fired from a bow with a velocity of 48 m/s at at an angle of 70 degreesto the hoizontal. What are the verical and hoizontal components of the arrows velocity?

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