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Trying to work out final velocity of a projectile that is initially fired at a negative angle. Initial velocity is 30m/s at a negative angle of 16 degrees. Initial height is 0.44m. Can't get my head around the initial horizontal velocity. I figure its Vox =30 sin 16 =28.8m/s. What's Voy? Its not just gravity because its fired at an initial speed. How do you combine them?

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# Homework Help: Negative angle projectiles

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