1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data If you fire a projectile eastwards and upwards with a speed u=(uo,0,wo) at latitude theta, where will it land? You can neglect air resistance and (in the vertical momentum equation) the effects of rotation relative to a constant g. Sketch the solution(s). Find the landing place if g = 10m/s and u=(1000,0,1000)m/s. 2. Relevant equations Du/Dt - fv = 0 Dv/Dt + fu = 0 Dw/Dt = -g where f = 2*Omega sin (theta) = 10^-4 1/s 3. The attempt at a solution I know that the projectile will move to the right due to coriolis effect, but I don't understand how to actually calculate the landing place.