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Before I begin my problem, I would like to confess that I understand almost nothing about physics. My math is limited to what I am doing in class right now as a ninth grader ( I understand quadratics...). I am doing a research project, and I need some help.

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

What I am looking for is the trajectory formula when firing a cannon with no air resistance. For example, If I fired a cannon on level ground, and fire a round at 1440 ft/s, where will my round land if it does not encounter any obstacles.

2. Relevant equations

Please show me a formula I can use for this, and where i plug in the numbers.

Thanks in advance.

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# Homework Help: Trajectory Formula (Cannon)

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