A group of physics students are conducting an experiment in projectile motion. They want to launch a ball into a bucket that is 8 m away from their spring-loaded launcher. They have hypothesized that by setting their launcher to its long-range setting and placing the launcher barrel at a 35 degree angle that they can consistently hit the bucket when they fire the launcher. Ignoring air resistance, calculate the time of flight for the ball in their experiment.
The Attempt at a Solution
Not sure but I know this is simple. I am just brain dead right now because I am really sick but I need to get this done for tomorrow. I think you find the time using the y-components...