1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Salmon, swimming up the Fraser river to their spawning grounds, leap over all sorts of obstacles. The unofficial salmon-altitude record is an amazing 3.44 m height jump. Assuming the fish took off at 45.0o, what was its speed on emerging from the water? Ignore friction. 2. Relevant equations ? 3. The attempt at a solution Vxo= Vo Cos (45) Vyo= Vo Sin (45) Time for fish to fall the 3.44 m = time for fish to jump 3.44 m Yv=0=3.44 - 1/2 (9.8) t^2 -3.44=-4.9*t^2 -3.44/-4.9= t^2 .7020=t^2 t= .8379 s final velocity = 3.44/ .8379 =4.106 m/s Vyo=4.106 4.106/sin(45)=Vo Vo= 5.807 Vxo= 5.807 Cos(45)= 4.106 it told me that it was the wrong answer. please help!!!