1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data If an object is being launched from the top of a staircase 1.31m high from a pipe 16cm long, at an angle of 60 degrees. Find where the object will land if the initial velocity is 5.442m/s. 2. Relevant equations dx = 2v1^2sinθcosθ / g dy = vyΔt+1/2gΔt^2 dx = vxΔt 3. The attempt at a solution I found the components to be vx = 2.721 vy = 4.713 then i just used these in the two methods the answers should both be the same, but the dx i got from both was very different Am i doing something wrong? which one would be the correct answer? Also, for the first method, i put 120 degrees as negative as it is below my reference point, or it would give me a neg. distance.