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I figured the part A to be 9.6m but I am lost on how to figure the speed at which it hits the ground.

Thanks in advance

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I figured the part A to be 9.6m but I am lost on how to figure the speed at which it hits the ground.

Thanks in advance

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In part B, the disoplace of the projectile is - 1m. So find the final velocity when it reaches the ground. Its direction is vertical. Hence find the resultant of this velocity and horizontal component to get the final result.

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