### Given horizontal and vertical distance and final velocity ...

Nov 20, 2011· You would use it's final horizontal velocity for the bottom side and you know that to be /s. Then you would use it's final vertical velocity for the side of the triangle, but you would have to calculate it like this: vf^2=vi^2+2ad vf^2=0+2()54 vf^2= square root both sides:

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