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A artillery gun can fire shells at 100 m/s. It is mounted on top of a 300 m high hill. AT what 2 angles could it be aimed above the horizontal in order to hit a target located 500 m away? Show all your work.

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A artillery gun can fire shells at 100 m/s. It is mounted on top of a 300 m high hill. AT what 2 angles could it be aimed above the horizontal in order to hit a target located 500 m away? Show all your work.

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In particular, you certainly should have written down the formulas you have available to use. What is the formula for the height of the projectile in a problem like this? What are the initial and final heights? What is the formula for horizontal motion?

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