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Calculate the range of the projectile using the initial speed and angle. Use g = 9.8m/s your calculation.
Initial speed is 18m/s
Angle is 75
Help please !!
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jacob

Range of projectile formula:
R = vo^2 sin(2θ) / g
where
θ = angle
vo  initial velocity
g = acceleration due to gravity = 9.8 m/s^2
substitute the values to get the range:
R = (18^2) * sin(2*75°) / 9.8
R = ?
Make sure your calculator is in Degrees mode, not Radians mode.
Hope this helps~ `u`posted by Jai
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