1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The man is 3m high from the saddle on a tree limb. The horse is running at 10m/s. A) What is the horizontal distance necessary for the men to land on the horse B) How long is he in the air 2. Relevant equations I used y/accel to get the amount of time for him to hit the saddle Then multiplied by V of the horse to get the horizontal distance 3. The attempt at a solution I divided 3m/9.8m/s to get the amount of time for him to hit the saddle which was .306 and multiplied by 10m/s to get the distance needed for the horse to be away from the man. So 3.06 meters. The answer in the back of the book says 45. (a) 7.82 m (b) 0.782 s I'm not even close so can someone tell me what I'm missing?