1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A skateboarder in a death-defying stunt decides to launch herself from a ramp on a hill. The skateboarder leaves the ramp at a height of 1.4 m above the slope, traveling 15 m/s and at an angle of 40° to the horizontal. The slope is inclined at 45° to the horizontal. With what velocity does the skateboarder land on the slope? 2. Relevant equations tanФ = -y/x x=x0+v0cosθt y=y0+v0sinθt-(1/2)gt2 3. The attempt at a solution I am really not sure how to go about this, especially how to incorporate the height of the ramp. I have not found any sample problems like this one, as they all seem to have the object shooting up the hill from flat ground rather than shooting down off a ramp, or similar ski jump problems do not account for ramp height. In addition, I'm not sure how to find a final velocity at the end - won't I have two components of velocity?