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a small plane takes off at a constant velocity of 50 km/h of 37 degrees. at 3.00 s (a) how high is the plane above the groundand (b)what horizontal distance has the plane travelad from the liftoff point?

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  1. Find the vertical components, and the horizontal components (using sin, cosine functions),

    Then distance=velocity*time

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