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A student throws a water balloon with speed
*v _{0}* from a height

**Part (a)** What is the position vector,
**R _{target}**, that originates from the
balloon's original position and terminates at the target? Put this
in terms of

**Part (b)** In terms of the variables in the problem,
determine the time, *t*, after the launch it takes the
balloon to reach the target. Your answer should *not*
include *h*.

**Part (c)** Create an expression for the balloon’s
vertical position as a function of time, *y*(*t*), in
terms of *t*, *v _{o}*,

**Part (d)** Determine the magnitude of the
balloon's initial velocity, *v _{0}*, in meters per
second, by eliminating

Please write out all steps as I'm using this to learn, thank you
so much!! Part D is the one I'm having the hardest time
with!!!

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