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# AS Physics Projectile quesiton watch

1. from the new textbook pg 35
a net ball is thrown with a velocity of 6 m/s at am angle of 40 from the vertical, towards a netball hoop.
a) if the hoop is 0.9 m above the point of release, will it rise high enough to go in the hoop?
b) if the centre of the hoop is 3 m away horizontally from the point of release explain whether or not you believe this throw will score in the hoop. explain with calculations
from the new textbook pg 35
a net ball is thrown with a velocity of 6 m/s at am angle of 40 from the vertical, towards a netball hoop.
a) if the hoop is 0.9 m above the point of release, will it rise high enough to go in the hoop?
b) if the centre of the hoop is 3 m away horizontally from the point of release explain whether or not you believe this throw will score in the hoop. explain with calculations
You need to work out the vertical and horizontal velocities for part a and b respectively and find the distance travelled in each particular direction to see if the ball will be thrown into the hoop.

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