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so use x = Xo + Voxt + .5at
to find t
by setting Vox 3.60ms
to find t
by setting Vox 3.60ms
"so would the final velocity be 3.60 m/s"
That was the question I was answering earlier when I said to use trig. You need to know the y-component to calculate the final velocity. I was not talking about finding t.
My apologies, I thought the initial post (the one I've quoted second) was in response to v=d/t.^ You need the final velocity to use that equation. Find the time to reach horizontal displacement, then use that time to find the vertical displacement.
than what is the time and Voy
i know that a = -9.8
the sine helps you solve for the vertical component.