Ok, having studied projectiles over the past few weeks, reaching the "Equation for the path of a projectile stage," I've been presented with the following question. As far as I can see, there isn't enough info to answer the question (unless, of course, its one of those simultaneous equation ones, or I've missed something obvious)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

A golf ball is struck from a pointO, leavingOwith a speed of21 root 2m/s. The ball lands, without previously bouncing, at a pointA, which is 10 metres below the horizontal plane throughO. Find the speed of the ball at the instant it lands atA

In the question,g(Gravity) is taken to be equal to9.8m/s^2...

Any help would be much appreciated!

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# Homework Help: Projectiles - golf ball

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