1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A snowball which is thrown horizontally from the top of a building that is 14.0m high lands 22.0m from the base of the building. How fast was the snowball traveling when it was thrown from the building? 2. Relevant equations dh= Vh * Δt dv= 1/2 * at2 g=9.8m/s 3. The attempt at a solution So I started off by finding the time by solving for t in the dv equation given above. I found that t=1.7seconds I then took that value and plugged it into the dh equation to solve for the velocity with respect to the horizontal. And I also replaced dh=22.0m from what the problem gives us. Vh= 13.0 m/s which is our answer we are looking for! I am posting this question just to ask if anyone would be able to verify my work and that the significant figures are respected! Thanks so much in advance!