Hey guys, its me again! This time, I was reading about projectile motion in my textbook, and noticed that they didn't prove some of the claims presented about this topic. So I decided to try and prove it myself as a challenge. I included it here as a PDF.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

It's a pretty short and simple proof, so if you are feeling bored and want to help me out, please check it and see if you can find a problem!

I also included achallenging questionat the end of the proof to test you guys/provide some mild entertainment. (Again, probably only appropriate for a period of extreme boredom...)

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# Proof and challenge about projectile motion

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