1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I'm doing an experiment where I'm trying to determine the velocity of a hose when fully turned on using projectile motion. I projected the hose at different angles (15,30,45,60,75,90 degrees) doing 3 tests on each 1. Here is an example I made with the a set of results - At an angle of 15 degrees from the ground, a hose is turned on. It has a time of flight of 0.4 seconds and a horizontal range of 2.47 meters. 2. Relevant equations horizontal range = v * cos θ * t 3. The attempt at a solution Horizontal range = v * cos θ * t 2.47 = v * cos 15 * 0.4 v = 2.47 ÷ (cos 15 * 0.4) = 6.392830414 m/s Is this the TOTAL velocity of the water coming from the hose?