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A jetliner is moving at a speed of 235 m/s. The vertical component of the plane's velocity is 34.3 m/s. Determine the magnitude of the horizontal component of the plane's velocity.
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    Vo = 235m/s @ A-deg.

    Yo = ver. = 34.3m/s.

    sinA = Yo / r = 34.3 / 235 = 0.14595,
    A = 8.393.

    Xo = hor. = r*cosA = 235*cos8.393 = 232.5m/s.

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