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Hello everyone, I need help solving this question:

Spiderman is running along the rooftops jumping from building to building. The distance between 2 buildings is 20m. What trajectory would be most efficient for him to jump at? At that angle,what must his minimum velocity be to make the jump?

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    Max distance at the angle 45º

    L=vₒ²•sin2α/g,
    vₒ=sqrt(L•g/ sin2α)=sqrt(20•9.8/1)=14 m/s

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