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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Ball is launched at 62 degrees above horizontal at 22 m/s. What distance does the ball travel?

2. Relevant equations

x=x0+vx0t

3. The attempt at a solution

x0=0

vy0=22 m/s

y0=0

theta=62

vy0=22sin62=19 m/s

vx0=22cos62=10 m/s

but I messed up on my time calculation

t=vy0/gravity.

that's not right. what's the correct time calculation?

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# Homework Help: Made a small mistake and can't figure out what to do->Projectile motion

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