shooting the projectile at 45 degrees will yield the greatest distance, and 30 and 60 degrees should go the same distance, but if you add in an air-friction force of -kv^2 (where k is .05 and v is the instant speed)is it possible for that to be otherwise?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

'cuz the program I just wrote says it is, and I'm thinking I might've screwed up the program. If that's the case, anyone here good at FORTRAN?

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# Homework Help: Hmm, I know in a vacuum that with projectile motion

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