1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An artillery shell is fired from the origin in the x direction(z is vertically upward) at an angle of 30degrees above the horizontal axis at a velocity of 3000 ft/s. after 2.5a the shell which weighs 100lb explodes into two pieces. The first piece to land weighs 30 lbs and lands at (900,400,0)ft at 4.5 s after the gun was fired. When and where does the other piece land? Neglect air resistance and assume 2. Relevant equations Not sure on these but I have x_e=v cos theta(t) and z_e=v sin theta(t)_e -1/2gt_e^2 and t_e=o 3. The attempt at a solution Really need some inspiration with this one guys. This is my first physics class btw! Thank you for any attempted help.