Problem Number 1: a ball thrown into the air from the ground reaches a maximum height of 50meters and 200meters horizontally. Find the magnitude and direction.
Problem Number 2: a movie stunt drive on a motorcycle speeds horizontally of a 50meter high cliff. How fast must the motorcycle leave the cliff top to land on level ground below 90meters from the base of the cliff where the cameras are? "Ignore air resistance"
X=V(Square Root of 2y/gravity) since there is no time given
The Attempt at a Solution
Please help our professor is asking us to find the magnitude(velocity) and direction(angle) I have no idea how to solve this. For problem number 2 I believe Im looking for velocity so I used the formula above and came up with x=V(square root of 2y/g) or x=V(square root of 2(50m)/9.8m/s square and got the answer 28.21 but I think its wrong because Velocity's unit is meter per second. "Someone please help me" Im really struggling with these 2 questions