1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A hockey player shoots hockey puck towards net. The net is 20 metres infront of the player. If the puck leaves hockey stick at 30 m/s and 10° above ice. Find x and y components of the velocity. If the goalies catches puck just infront of net calculate final velocity of the puck with magnitude and direction included in answer. 2. Relevant equations vx = vcosθ v1y=vcosθ 3. The attempt at a solution[/b Ok now for the first I assume it means find x and y components of the velocity means of the initial velocity. so I did the above equations of vx = vcosθ v1y=vcosθ and got: v1y=5.2 m/s and vx=29.5 m/s now for next part I did: dx=vx(t) 20=29.5(t) t=0.7 sec v2y=v1y+(g)(t) v2y=5.2+(9.81)(0.7) v2y=12.1 m/s v2=√ 29.52+12.12 v2=31.9 m/s tan-1(12.1/29.5)=θ θ=22.3° final velocity of the puck is 31.9 m/s [22.3° Forward] Im just wondering if I did this question correctly and if my direction is correct for the final part.