suppose a molecule of water is propelled from a point 6 inches below floor level at an angle of 60 with an initial velocity of 21.3 feet per second. write modeling equations that describe the position of the molecule in the water stream for any time t

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this problem is word-for word for sure? like "below floor level" and all that weird-sounding stuff?

yes that's what it said word for word i tried plugging this into my calculator: x = 21.3T cos (60) and y = 21.3T sin (60)-16t^2 - 0.5 and the graph goes downward which isn't right

1) Convert units to be the same. 2) Draw a diagram (on paper) of what's going on. 3) Use trig relationships to figure out missing parts of your diagram. 4) Integrate the velocity formula to find the position function. That should get you pointed in the right direction.

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