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An archer stands 42.0 m from the target. If the arrow is shot horizontally with a velocity of 95.0 m/s, how far above the bull's-eye must he aim to compensate for gravity pulling his arrow downward?

A beach ball, moving with a speed of +1.30 m/s rolls off a pier and hits the water 0.73 m from the end of the pier. How high above the water is the pier?

I need some help with these.
 

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