please help!

A ball is thrown down the incline strikes it a a distance s = 254.5 ft. If the height h = 64 ft. above the point of release, compute its initial velocity abd inclination theta.

(there is a given 3 for opposite, 1 for adjacent)

December 18, 2016 - 1:13pm

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Dynamics Kinematics

please help!

A ball is thrown down the incline strikes it a a distance s = 254.5 ft. If the height h = 64 ft. above the point of release, compute its initial velocity abd inclination theta.

(there is a given 3 for opposite, 1 for adjacent)

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