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Asked May 3, 2019

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In a projectile motion horizontal component of velocity will be always same since there is no any force along horizontal direction. The vertical component of velocity will keep on decreasing as height increases due to the gravitational force which acts in the downward direction.

Therefore, at maximum height the vertical component of velocity will be zero. The horizontal component of velocity becomes equal to speed of the projectile at maximum height.

The equation of horizontal component of velocity is given below.

Step 2

The maximum height attained by the projec...

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