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I need to figure this out for my lab due today and I just can't get it, I appreciate any input.

Using the folowing data I have to find the average Velocity in the x for the projectile and determine the Velocity.

Angle of Gun Distance in meters

0 degrees 5.795 meters

20 degrees 6.10 meters

27 degrees 7.32 meters

30 degrees 7.625 meters

37 degrees 7.778 meters

40 degrees 8.083 meters

47 degrees 7.869 meters

50 degrees 7.717 meters

I don't understand how I can get the Velocity from knowing the distance in the x and the angle but I think I am supposed to be using Vx = Vcos(theta)

This is all the information I was given and I would be really really gratiful if someone could help me with figuring out how to get the velocity. Thank you.

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# Homework Help: How I can get the Velocity from knowing the distance

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