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# Hello Im doing a project and just needed some clarity on the assignment. For this question am I inserting T(sec) in for T in the equation and solving?...

Hello Im doing a project and just needed some clarity on the assignment. For this question am I inserting T(sec) in for T in the equation and solving?

Rocket A: 45 degree

x=100cos(45)t

Y=-16t^2+100sin(45)t

Rocket B: 60 degrees

X= 100cos(60)t

y= -16t^2+100sin(60)t

For each angle of the (45 and 60 degrees) I have to fill in a chart using the seconds below.

t(sec)

0

0.5

1.0

1.5

2.0

2.5

3.0

3.5

4.0

4.5

5.0

Hi, student! I'm glad to help you. Yes, you have to insert the given "t" in sec and then solve for the given... View the full answer

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