Physics Practice Problems Projectile Motion: Positive Launch Practice Problems Solution: On level ground a shell is fired with an initial v...

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Solution: On level ground a shell is fired with an initial velocity of 41.0 m/s at 61.0 above the horizontal and feels no appreciable air resistance.Find the horizontal and vertical components of the shells initial velocity.How long does it take the shell to reach its highest point?Find its maximum height above the ground.How far from its firing point does the shell land?At its highest point, find the horizontal and vertical components of its acceleration.At its highest point, find the horizontal and vertical components of its velocity.

Problem

On level ground a shell is fired with an initial velocity of 41.0 m/s at 61.0 above the horizontal and feels no appreciable air resistance.

Find the horizontal and vertical components of the shells initial velocity.

How long does it take the shell to reach its highest point?

Find its maximum height above the ground.

How far from its firing point does the shell land?

At its highest point, find the horizontal and vertical components of its acceleration.

At its highest point, find the horizontal and vertical components of its velocity.