1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A hunter fires a dartgun with a harmless sedative at a monkey hanging from a vine a distance h vertically above the dartgun and a distance d horizontally away from the dartgun. The hunter aims directly at the monkey and fires with an inital velocity Vo at an angle theta above the x axis. But just as the hunter fires, the monket drops from the vine. Assume zero air resistance. a)find the x and y components of the initial velocity of the dart. b) find the horizontal displacement, Xdart, and vertical displacement, Ymonkey, of the monket after a time t. c) find the horizontal displacement, Xmonkey, and vertical displacement, Ymonkey, of the monkey after a time t. d)find that the condition needed for the dart to hit the monkey is tan theta = h/d e)what can be inferred from (d)? 2. Relevant equations The four equations of kinematics for constant acceleration: 1.) V=Vo+at 2.) X=1/2(Vo+V)t 3.) X=Vot+1/2at^2 4.) lVl^2= lVol^2 +2a times X 3. The attempt at a solution I do not know how to even start this problem off, I am so confused! I need to have this done by Monday morning so any help would be greatly appreciated.