1. A hammer slides down a roof that makes a 32.0 degree angle with the horizontal. 2. a.) What are the magnitudes of the components of the hammer's velocity at the edge of the roof if it is moving at a speed of 6.25 meters per second? b.) Calculate the components of the hammer's velocity at the edge of the roof. 3. I drew a picture for this problem and the teacher said it was right, but I don't know what to do from there. I ended up forcing numbers and have current answers of Vy = 6.25 sin 32.0 (3.44 m/s) with a magnitude of 32 degrees and Vx = 6.25 cos 32.0 (5.21 m/s) with a magnitude of 58 degrees. PLEASE HELP ME!! I know that what I have is wrong. I have checked my notes, the book, and classwork for a problem similar to this and I've had no luck. The teacher will not give anymore hints and my classmates haven't made any progress. Any help is appreciated, thanks!