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I am figuring out the initial velocity of a projectile in order to do a estimation.

I have a horizontal force of F pushing a projectile horizontally (meaning a horizontal launch) from a height H. I assume there is no more force pushing it afterwards.

I want to know how far horizontally that thing would travel. I have the height of the projectile to the ground so what I would need is actually a simple step of converting that initial force into initial velocity. And yes I have the mass of the projectile.

Any help please? I am cracking my head at the moment.

Thank you so much for the help!

GLO

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