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An arrow is shot into the air with a speed of 40 m/s at an angle of 65 degrees.

a. Calculate the air time of the arrow
b. Calculate the maximum height the arrow reaches.
c. Calculate the range of the arrow.

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  1. vertical component = 40 m/s * sin(65º) ... V

    horizontal component = 40 m/s * cos(65º) ... H

    a. flight time = 2 * V / g

    b. max height = V^2 / g

    c. range = H * 2 * V / g

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