Projectile Motion In Exercises 27-40, use the model for projectile motion, assuming there is no air resistance and feet per second per second.
The quarterback of a football team releases a pass at a height of 7 feet above the playing field, and the football is caught by a receiver 30 yards directly downfield at a height of 4 feet The pass is released at an angle of with the horizontal.
(a) Find the speed of the football when it is released.
(b) Find the maximum height of the football.
(c) Find the time the receiver has to reach the proper position after the quarterback releases the football.
The provided data are .
Whereas, h is height above the playing field, x is height of receiver and is an angle.
Let the velocity be v ft/s
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