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http://tinyurl.com/hjybb [Broken]

thats a picture of the problem, anyone know how to solve it??

thats a picture of the problem, anyone know how to solve it??

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http://tinyurl.com/hjybb [Broken]

thats a picture of the problem, anyone know how to solve it??

thats a picture of the problem, anyone know how to solve it??

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From that, determine the tangential velocity, which when the ball leaves the tube, is horizontal, i.e. in +x-direction, so that gives v

Assuming no air resistance, what can one assume about the horizontal velocity?

Now as soon as the ball leaves the tube, it starts to fall, so there is a downward v

Know v

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