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A baseball player hits the ball at a speed of 20.1 m/s and an angle of 30 degrees. What is the baseball's horizontal velocity? 1m/s

What is the baseball's vertical velocity? 2m/s

How long does it take the baseball to get 28m in front of home plate? 3 seconds

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  1. Horizontal? what is 20.1*cos30?

    vertical? 20.1*sin30

    so putting your work here, with idiotic senseless answers is a waste of your time, and ours. It would have been smarter to no put answers as 1,2,3
    You are wasting our and your time. I hope you do not try this with your physics teacher.

  2. ummmmmmmmmmmm who the heck are you???
    im asking a simple physics question if you have a problem then you can take it somewhere else darling:)

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