Hi there, I have a pretty quick and straight forward question here. Say a ball was dropped from a ramp with a hypotenuse length of 1m. The ball is allowed to roll from exactly 1m down to the ramp. I need to calculate the velocity by the time it just comes off the ramp. The ball was just dropped on, so initial velocity is 0m/s. It takes 2.04 seconds to reach the end. So my thoughts were to simply use the X1=X0+V0+1/2at^2 equation. Solve for acceleration, since I already know every other variable. Then, just plug it in to the v1=v0+at equation to find final velocity. The question.. Is it safe to assume that I need to solve for both vectors? Get a final V for both vectors, and use the pythagorean theorem to find the magnitude of velocity? Thanks very much!