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HOMEWORK PROBLEMS REQUIRE USE OF HOMEWORK TEMPLATE. THIS WAS ORIGINALLY POSTED IN WRONG FORUM.

http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4836&context=ujmm

Ive been awake for thirty six hours and I don't know differential equations.

Im trying to find the angle (theta) over the horizontal axis that is needed to hit a target that is 1000 meters away

they are basically identical problems. I don't understand how to find initial velocity in the x and y components if I don't have an angle. Is there a final formula I can plug and chug to find theta?

I am working on a problem for my calculus that is exactly like this, but I can't figure out how she arrived to her answer my grade depends heavily on this.

Ive been awake for thirty six hours and I don't know differential equations.

Im trying to find the angle (theta) over the horizontal axis that is needed to hit a target that is 1000 meters away

they are basically identical problems. I don't understand how to find initial velocity in the x and y components if I don't have an angle. Is there a final formula I can plug and chug to find theta?

I am working on a problem for my calculus that is exactly like this, but I can't figure out how she arrived to her answer my grade depends heavily on this.