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cannon is on top of the hill which is 60 meters from the ground. A cannonball is being blast with an initial velocity of 25 meters per seconds. What the maximum height it can reach?

In what direction (elevation angle) is it fired? Cannon are not often shot straight up.
Obviously, the direction makes a difference.
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