1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A baseball player always throws a fastball at a speed of 40.26 m/s. What is the maximum distance, in meter, this player can throw the ball while running toward his teammate who catches the baseball at the same height as he throws at, assuming that this player runs at a speed of 5.51 m/s? 2. relevant equations y = yi +Vyi*t-(g*t^2)/2 x = xi +Vxi*t i think t = (2Vi*sin(theta))/g 3. attempt i do not know how to find the angle for max distance. i believe the x component for velocity is 5.51+(40.26)cos(theta). the y would be (40.26)sin(theta). Would i turn it into <5.51+(40.26)cos(theta) i, (40.26)sin(theta) j> or what would i do from here? if this is wrong please let me know. any help would be appreciated.