1.The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 1. You want to toss the pebbles up to a friend's window such that the pebbles hit the window with only a horizontal component of velocity. The window is 8.00m above you and there is a 6.00m wide flowerbed between you and the wall of the house. A) How fast do you throw the pebble? B) How fast are the pebbles going when they hit your friend's window? 2. Relative Equations 2. X=Xo+Vxo*t Y=Yo+Vyot+.5at^2 3. Attempt at the solution. 3. I know that we have to solve for initial velocity and then final velocity with only the horizontal (x) component. What I did was use trig to get tan(theta)=8/6 to get theta=53degrees. From there I plugged the variables into the equations to get 8=Vosin(theta)*t-.5*g*t^2 and 6=Vcos(theta)*t From here I'm not really sure what to do or even if I set up the equation right. Any help would be soooo appreciated!! Thank you.