Ok, so I've got this physics question on a review sheet for a test tomorrow...and I keep getting a bunch of random answers that don't make sense...see if you can help me...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Someone kicks the football from ground level (0 meters) with an initial velocity of 32 meters/second, 34 degrees above the horizontal axis. Find the hangtime of the ball (time in the air), the range (how far it goes) and the max height. Assume air resistance is negligible (no air friction, just gravity).

I just have no idea where i put this 34 degrees into my equations...

And we're using 9.8m/s2 for gravity.

And in yalls opinion, what's the best place to start this question? Hang time, range or max height?

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