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 [1] A marble with speed m/s rolls off the edge of a table m high. How long does it take the marble to hit the floor, and how far from the edge of the table does the marble hit the floor?

 [2] A ball is shot upward from the level ground at an angle of degrees with respect to the horizontal. It is given an initial speed of m/s . How long will it take before the ball hits the ground?

 [3] A cannon ball is shot from a cannon with a speed of m/s . The cannon is pointing above the ground at an angle of degrees . The ground is level everywhere around the cannon. How far from the cannon will the ball land?

 [4] A soccer goalie punts a soccer ball. The balls leaves the goalie's foot meter above the ground, at an angle of degrees , with a speed of m/s . The angle is measured with respect to the flat, horizontal ground. How far does the ball travel before hitting the ground?

 [5] An enemy ship is anchored in the sea m from a island defending itself. The maximum velocity a defense cannon fire a cannon ball is m/s . At what angle, with respect to sea level, should the cannon be elevated to hit the enemy ship? And, how far away from the island should the ship move to be out of range of the island's defense cannon?

 [6] A person is trapped in the snow, and a rescue plane wants to drop them some emergency supplies. The plane is flying level at an altitude of meters at a speed of m/s . How far in front of the person should the pilot drop the supplies, so that they land right on top of the trapped person?

 [7] You are playing handball, and throw a ball with a speed of m/s at an angle of degrees above the horizontal directly at a wall. The wall is m from the release point. a) How long does it take before the ball hits the wall? b) How far up the wall does the ball hit?

 [8] A ball is thrown upward at an angle of degrees and lands on the top edge of a building that is m away. The top edge of the building is m above the throwing point. How fast was the ball thrown?

 [9] A baseball it hit with an initial speed of m/s at an angle of degrees . An outfielder is meters away from the batter. What is the minimum speed the outfield would have to run, directly toward the ball, to catch it?

 [10] A baseball is hit meters above the ground, at an angle of degrees , with an initial speed of m/s . Will it clear a meter fence meters away for a home-run?