Two objects are kicked upward at different angles. Object A travels a greater horizontal distance than object B. Both reach the same maximum height. Which of the following statements about the objects are true? You may select more than one.
1.Object A is in the air for a longer time than object B.
2.Both objects are in the air for the same amount of time.
3.The initial velocities of both objects have the same magnitude.
4.The vertical component of B's initial velocity is larger than the vertical component of A's initial velocity.
5.The vertical component of their initial velocities are the same.
6.The magnitude of object A's initial velocity is larger than the magnitude of object B's initial velocity.
7. The initial velocities of the objects have the same magnitude.
8.Object B is in the air for a longer time than object A.
The Attempt at a Solution
I thought statements 2,3,4 and 7 were right.
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