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# Solution: A projectile is launched at an upward angle of 30 to the horizontal with a speed of 30 { m m/s}.How does the horizontal component of its velocity 1.0 s after launch compare with its horizontal component of velocity 2.0 s after launch, ignoring air resistance?

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A projectile is launched at an upward angle of 30 to the horizontal with a speed of 30 .

How does the horizontal component of its velocity 1.0 s after launch compare with its horizontal component of velocity 2.0 s after launch, ignoring air resistance?

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