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A canon placed at the top of a 15-foot rise fires a 16 pound ball with a vertical velocity of 172 feet per second. How far from the canon will the ball land? What is the max height of its trajectory?

  • Mth95 -

    This depends on the angle from the horizontal the cannon is fired.

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    how do i figure that out by the info given?

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