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Kicker is trying to make a filed goal from (35m). He kicks the ball at (30 degree)horizontal. The cross-bar is (3.05m) above the field.

- two equation from the horizontal and vertical position as a function of time. Find the time it took the ball to reach the goal post.


- How much time elapsed from the kick until the point of maximum height of the football? (i think it is not half the time that we will get from the first Q)

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