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tiny-tim

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show us what you've tried and where you're stuck, and then we'll know how to help!

(use the standard constant acceleration equations, in the x and y directions separately)

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I used the formula V

from all the data given this is what it looks like, V

The result i get from this is 13.56m/sec, i this right?

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from all the data given this is what it looks like, V_{f}=(10^{2}-(2*9.8*(-15)))^{1/2}

The result i get from this is 13.56m/sec, i this right?

yes that looks fine … you've used conservation of energy (so the 25° doesn't matter)

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