1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Ok Im having slight trouble with a homework problem. An arrow was launched at an angle, and hit a balloon that was 150m away and 100m up. I used my distance equations along with initial velocity to calculate the two angles that can be used to hit the balloon, but I'm stuck on the next part. I used t=dx/vx to solve for time, and now I need to solve for the velocity when the arrow hits the balloon. I'm sure it's a simple problem but I'm stuck! Initial Velocity=60m/s Distance from 0=150m Height in Y direction=100m dy=Voy(t)-4.9t^2 Vx=Vcos(x) Vy=Vsin(x) t=dx/vx I used the four equations above to solve for the angle(s). Then put in the velocities to solve for time. How do I solve for velocity when the arrow hits the balloon?