This is momentum homework but a velocity question. I can't even figure out where to start with this one. The question is "For your answer for question E (which was V=233m/s) 70% of that velocity goes upward and 70% goes horizontally (45 degree angle). How far will the baseball go (ignoring air resistance)?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I am not given time so not really sure how to do this one. I was going to try the distance equations of D=1/2A*t^2 and D=avg V*T but I don't have enough info to use those.

Can anyone tell me where to start?

Thanks

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# Homework Help: Momentum homework but a velocity question

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