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  1. A small missile is fired with a velocity of 300 m/s at an angle of 30.0c above the ground.  After a total flight time of 30.6 seconds, the missile returns to the level ground. (Neglect air resistance).
    1. Calculate the initial horizontal and vertical components of the velocity.
  2. Calculate the maximum height of the missile above the ground.

Calculate the total horizontal range of the missile

in Grade 12 Physical Sciences by Diamond (50,988 points) | 36 views

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1. Velocity = 300m/s At angle of 30

Vy=300 Sin30 =150m/s

Vx=300 Cos30 = 259.81m/s

2.V=d/t

d=Vy/t

=150/30.6

=4.90m

2. Horizontal Range

d=Vx/t

=259.81/30.6

=8.49m
by Wooden (1,121 points)

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