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### Long-Answer HW 18 - Motion in a Plane

Course: PHYS 2054, Spring 2008
School: Arkansas
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for Solution Long-answer Homework 18 Motion in a Plane problems Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 18.1() Problem: A box leaves the edge of a table (1.00m above the ground) with an initial velocity of 1.00 m in the s horizontal direction. (a)How long does it take to hit ground? (b)How far does the box travel horizontally before it lands? (c)What is the velocity of the box when it lands? (d)Suppose the box is...

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