#1
I cant recall or find the formula used to calculate the time in air given the following

Initial velocity (4.07 m/s)
Initial height (1.03 m)
Angle of launch (45 degrees)

Any help is appreciated =]
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#4
Quote by SG_dave
you need to resolve the vectors... and work it out for only the vertical component using the equations of motion.

This. And don't forget gravity is -9.82 m/s
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Quote by dhutton
+infinity

I have infinity.
Quote by metharian
yea its way too much for my little stick lol
#6
I've gotten that the y-velocity is ~2.88m/s but i still cant derive a formula for time. any help?
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