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1. A cannon ball is fired from a giant cannon whose length is
1.00 x 10^{2} m. The cannon ball leaves the
barrel at a speed of 99.5 m/s:

a. What is the acceleration of the cannon ball while in the
cannon? **Show all work.**

The cannon ball (above) leaves the barrel at ground level at an
angle of 60.0^{o} from the ground and travels with minimal
air resistance until impacting on the ground some distance
away.

b. Calculate the initial vertical and horizontal components of the cannon ball’s velocity.

c. (1) Calculate the time needed to reach maximum height. (2) Calculate time in flight.

d. Calculate the range of the cannon.

e. Calculate the maximum height that the cannon ball reaches.

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