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A volleyball is spiked downward at a 55 degree angle gom the vertical net.If the ball is traveling at 22m/s, what are its horizontal and vertical components?

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asked by Ash
  1. If it is 55 deg from the verical, then


    horiz=22*sin55

    I will happily critiqe your thinking on the vertical.

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    posted by bobpursley

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