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The cricketer in the previous question hit the ball off the bat with a velocity
of 25 m/s at an angle of 38° above the horizontal. If the boundary is 60 m
away, work out whether the ball clears the boundary without bouncing or
not.

help please!

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asked by josh
  1. time in air:
    hf=hi+25sin38*t-4.9t^2
    hf=hi=0
    solve for time in air t

    nowHorizontal distance
    d=25cos*t solve for d . Is it greater than 60?

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