Is the answer 63.43 degrees?
I used these equations:
vox*t = voy*t - .5gt^2
vf = voy + at
with a = -g [due to gravity being negative]
vf = voy - gt
0 = voy - gt
since final velocity at peak height is zero
t = voy/g
2(vox*voy/g) = 2(voy^2/g) - g*(voy^2/g^2)...
Hey, I'm having a problem determining the angle necessary for
the range of a projectile to equal the max height given the velocity
of the projectile. (the velocity is 53.1m/s)
I'd imagine it's necessary to set the equation for max height
equal to the range? Either way, I'm dumbfounded on...