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Chapter 4Simple Example: Projectile MotionParticle launched with velocity vx=10m/s, vy=49m/sHow long does the projectile remain in the air?How far does the projectile go?What is the projectile velocity when it hits the ground?What is the maximum height of the projectile?020406080100120020406080100120y(m)x(m)velocity components in redacceleration components in greenChapter 4Maximizing Distance of Projectile MotionA projectile is launched over flat ground with velocity whose magnitude v. What angle should the initial velocity make with the horizontal to attain maximum distance?