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# A projectile is fired from the ground (you can assume the initial height is the same...

A projectile is fired from the ground (you can assume the initial height is the same as the ground) in a field so there are no obstacles in its way. The same projectile was then fired in the same way toward a wall that is a horizontal distance (d) m from where the projectile was fired, and the projectile (as it's going down) hit the wall. If the wall were slightly farther from where the projectile was launched (the projectile still hits it as it is doing down), how would that affect the following? Call down the positive y direction, and toward the wall the positive x direction.

The magnitude of the x component of the velocity of the projectile when it hits the wall.
The magnitude of the y component of the velocity of the projectile when it hits the wall.
The speed of the projectile when it hits the wall.
The distance from the ground to where the projectile hit the wall.
The maximum height of the projectile.

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