1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A man jumps on a trampoline with an angle of 53[tex]\circ[/tex] with respect to the horizontal. What velocity does he need in order to be caught by the other man who is 5.2 m away from him, and 6.1 m above the ground? 2. Relevant equations so I guess... X= 5.2 m Y= -6.1 m am I correct? 3. The attempt at a solution So far, the only thing I've actually understood is.. Vix = Vxcos30[tex]\circ[/tex] Viy = Vysin30[tex]\circ[/tex] Can someone please guide me through this?