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1. ### 3 projectiles, same velocity, different distance, same destination

@Voko Yes, I agree with you. It just doesn't seem to work out..
2. ### 3 projectiles, same velocity, different distance, same destination

Okay, a set of answers i calculated now are: -Tower 1 is 300m from the tank -Tower 2 is 200m from the tank -Tower 3 is 150m from the tank I will use the initial speed of 150m/s (as that is the speed of a mortar) Now the furthest one will need a angle of 3.758 to reach 300m and its time of...
3. ### 3 projectiles, same velocity, different distance, same destination

@azizlwl I will try that, thanks :-) @echild You are correct yes..
4. ### 3 projectiles, same velocity, different distance, same destination

@Voko The problem was, We have 3 watch towers. We needed to create a c# program that will triangulate the position of the tank (using only the sound of the tank's fire, called sound ranging) and then let the 3 watch towers aim and fire at the tank, resulting in their mortars to hit the tank at...
5. ### 3 projectiles, same velocity, different distance, same destination

Ah, okay.. I thought so. I suspected the question of being wrong, until today when one of my fellow students told me they had done it. Thank you for taking the time to answer! :-) I think i will just do it so that all 3 the projectiles reach the destination at a different time then.
6. ### 3 projectiles, same velocity, different distance, same destination

Yes at the exact same time..
7. ### 3 projectiles, same velocity, different distance, same destination

Homework Statement So I currently have 3 projectiles, that I need to get to the same destination. AND HIT, AT THE SAME TIME The projectiles are different distances from the target destination. How will I go about to find the angle all of the projectiles should be fired? The Attempt at a...