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- Homework Statement
- Long jumping

- Relevant Equations
- https://ibb.co/5GHjb2c

### Trying to answer this question I made and turn it into a slideshow presentation on how to solve it

I need to make a presentation on "the physics of long jumping" and one part I am struggling with is showing how to answer this question, I am struggling because i forget the important knowledge easily, and looking back at notes I've made confuses me even more, if i could have someone help me by taking a look at how I originally solved it, and explaining how i did actually do it? I am so sorry i just have a lot of learning struggles and i was paired with one of the most off-hands do it yourself teachers ever, so this has NOT been a good year for me :(

An olympic long jumper, initially going at a speed of

**9 meters per second**jumps with a take-off angle of

**25 degrees**.

Find:

-The amount of time the jumper stays in the air

-The horizontal distance the long jumper went

My work that I don't understand anymore/cant figure out how to convert into a slideshow presentation: https://ibb.co/5GHjb2c

if you need more context I'd be more than willing to give you chat logs i had with another tutor online, please help!

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