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PhysicsQ&A LibraryProblem 3.532Constants | PeriA projectile is fired with an initial speed of 47.6m/s at an angle of 44.2° above the horizontal onEνα ΑΣφa long flat firing range.m/sRequest AnswerSubmitPart EDetermine the direction of the motion of the projectile 1.50 s after firing.Π ΑΣφ° above the horizontalRequest AnswerSubmitQuestion

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PLEASE CHECK YOUR ANSWER 3 or 4 TIMES THE PREVIOUS TUTOR GOT IT WRONG!!!! And please make the answer clear.

Step 1

Given:

Initial speed of the projectile = 47.6 m/s

Angle of projectile = 44.2^{o}

Time taken = 1.50 s

Step 2

Direction of motion of projectile can be calculated as:

Step 3

Horizontal component of the velocity remains same throughou...

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