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An archer shoots an arrow from 4 feet above the ground at an initial velocity of 260 ft/sec at an angle of 30 degrees above the horizontal. Find the maximum height of the arrow. If the archer was shooting at a hog that was 1500 feet away, was the shot too high, too low or on target? (assume the only forces acting on the arrow after it is shot is the force due to gravity

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