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The question is from the book, yet their are no sample problems and a handful of given formulas. I've played around with the formulas with substitution, etc and I've end up with the wrong answer.

Given: Angle of projectile fired and final displacement along X axis.

angle = 25 degrees

final displacement of x = 301.5 m

accleration = -9.81m/s^2

Find: Maximum height of Y.

any ideas how I can manipulate the standard formulas of projectile motion to solve for this problem?

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# Homework Help: Maximum height of projectile motion

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