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"A projectile is launched at 517m/s at 50 degrees from the horizontal on top of a building 150m tall. What is the highest point it will reach?"

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  1. Find the vertical component of velocity
    velocityvertical= 517*sin50

    Now, the vertical velocity at the top is zero

    Vtop^2= Vinitialvertica^2 - 2*g*height

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