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A football is thrown upward at a 43 degree angle to the horizontal

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ahsanmhamid
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Sep14-07, 11:32 AM
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A football is thrown upward at a(n) 43 degree angle
to the horizontal.
The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 ms^2 :
To throw a(n) 77.8 m pass, what must be
the initial speed of the ball? Answer in units
of ms.
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cristo
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Sep14-07, 11:39 AM
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Again, you need to show some work. Are you familiar with the kinematic equations for constant acceleration? Do any apply here?
ahsanmhamid
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Sep14-07, 11:43 AM
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i need some major help i know the formula for a= vf-vi/t

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Sep14-07, 11:51 AM
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A football is thrown upward at a 43 degree angle to the horizontal

Try considering vertical and horizontal components separately, and look at the equations I gave you in your other thread. Have a go and I'll guide you, but I'm not going to set up every one of your questions for you.


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