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vysero

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ok so,

h= Vo(sin(60))t-1/2g(t)^2

so i have my answer for a which came out to be 51.8m

Here is where I am struggling with problem A. I only understand a small portion of why: h= Vo(sin(60))t-1/2g(t)^2

For instance why is Vo = Vo(sin(60)) ok so sin is opp/hyp the angle is 60 that gives me the length of opposite side so why is that not the answer for C?

I am obviously completely confused.... help me...