Question

In the projectile motion, when we launch the plastic ball
horizontally with initial shooting velocity (along x dirction) is
3.5m/s and the time takes for the ball to hit on the ground is
0.5s, then what **is the total travel distance along x
direction** for this ball at the time when it hits on the
ground ? and **what is the velocity along the x
direction** for the ball at the time it hits the ground.?
(gravity constant g =9.8m/s^{2})

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