1. Assume you are a medieval knight attacking a castle with a cannon. The ball leaves the cannon with a speed of 46.1 m/s. The barrel's angle with respect to the ground is 44.1 degree, and you make a perfect hit on the tyrant's chamber which is at the same level as the cannon's muzzle. What is the time (in s) of flight of the cannon ball? 2. Y=Yi+Viy(t)-1/2gt^2 3. Viy=46.1 m/2 Y & Yi=0 Theta Angle=44.1 degree g=9.8m/s^2 I used this equation: Y=Yi+Viy(t)-1/2gt^2 0=0+46.1cos44.1(t)-1/2gt^2 4.9t^2/4.9t=33.106t/4.9t t=6.756s I drew the x/y coordinate system, right angle and sin/cos to help with solving the problem. The online hw site says my answer is wrong. Please help. What am I doing wrong? Is it the equation or my algebra?