1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Write a program to determine whether or not a ball kicked is a goal. Initial distance (from goal), initial angle, and initial speed are user-defined variables. The net is 2.54 m high. Gravity is 9.81m/s^2 2. Relevant equations flightTime=(2)initSpeed*sin(initAngle)/gravity range=flightTime*initSpeed * cos(initAngle) 3. The attempt at a solution Trying to define whether or not the ball is above the net when the ball is at the initial distance. I've been thinking about it in terms of trig functions, specifically Sin. Also, maybe using the pythagorean theorem (initDistance^2 + height of ball^2 = Length of tangent line between initDistance and ball^2). I'm also aware of the kinematic equation vi^2 * (sinθi)^2/2g, which gives the max height of a parabolic flight. However, this doesn't let me define the height at any moment.