(a) What was the horizontal component of the ball's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

(b) What was the vertical component of the ball's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Q.2. Danielle entered the long jump and jumped upwards at an angle of 58 degrees to the horizontal with a takeoff speed of 63 m/s.

(a) What was the horizontal component of the Danielle's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

(b) What was the vertical component of the Danielle's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Q.3. Sue fired a rifle upwards at an angle of 75 degrees to the horizontal. The bullet left the rifle with a speed of 20 m/s.

(a) What was the horizontal component of the bullet's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

(b) What was the vertical component of the bullet's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Q.4. Nathan kicked a soccer ball upwards at an angle of 29 degrees to the horizontal at a speed of 45 m/s.

(a) What was the horizontal component of the ball's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

(b) What was the vertical component of the ball's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Q.5. Sabrina threw a basketball upwards at an angle of 6 degrees to the horizontal at a speed of 45 m/s.

(a) What was the horizontal component of the basketball's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

(b) What was the vertical component of the basketball's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Q.6. Dominic threw a stone upwards at an angle of " + 62 + " degrees to the horizontal at a speed of 27 m/s.

(a) What was the horizontal component of the stone's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

(b) What was the vertical component of the stone's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

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For an object projected at an angle of θ to the horizontal the horizontal component of the velocity is v cos θ while the vertical component of the velocity is v sin θ.

Q.1. Mike threw a ball upwards at an angle of 33 degrees to the horizontal at a speed of 36 m/s

(a) What was the horizontal component of the ball's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Horizontal component = v cosθ = 36 cos 33

(b) What was the vertical component of the ball's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Vertical component = v sinθ = 36 sin 33

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Q.2. Danielle entered the long jump and jumped upwards at an angle of 58 degrees to the horizontal with a takeoff speed of 63 m/s.

(a) What was the horizontal component of the Danielle's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Horizontal component = v cosθ = 63 cos 58

(b) What was the vertical component of the Danielle's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Vertical component = v sinθ = 63 sin 58

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Q.3. Sue fired a rifle upwards at an angle of 75 degrees to the horizontal. The bullet left the rifle with a speed of 20 m/s.

(a) What was the horizontal component of the bullet's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Horizontal component = v cosθ = 20 cos 75

(b) What was the vertical component of the bullet's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Vertical component = v sinθ = 20 sin 75

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Q.4. Nathan kicked a soccer ball upwards at an angle of 29 degrees to the horizontal at a speed of 45 m/s.

(a) What was the horizontal component of the ball's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Horizontal component = v cosθ = 45 cos 29

(b) What was the vertical component of the ball's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Vertical component = v sinθ = 45 sin 29

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Q.5. Sabrina threw a basketball upwards at an angle of 6 degrees to the horizontal at a speed of 45 m/s.

(a) What was the horizontal component of the basketball's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Horizontal component = v cosθ = 45 cos 6

(b) What was the vertical component of the basketball's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Vertical component = v sinθ = 45 sin 6

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Q.6. Dominic threw a stone upwards at an angle of 62 degrees to the horizontal at a speed of 27 m/s.

(a) What was the horizontal component of the stone's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Horizontal component = v cosθ = 27 cos 62

(b) What was the vertical component of the stone's velocity? (Nearest m/s)...............

Vertical component = v sinθ = 27 sin 62