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A projectile is launched at 45 degrees above the horizontal plane, How fast is it moving at the top of its curved trajectory? 141m.s?

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Huurdurrdedooba
is 141m/s your answer or the speed of the projectile?

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Anonymous
141m/s is the speed of the object in this question
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