Parametric Equations.
Use the following parametric equation:
x=(vo cos theta)t
y=h+(vo sin theta)t-16t^2
h=ft above ground
vo= ft/second
theta= angle from the horizontal.
The right field fence in a ballpark is 10 ft high and 314 ft from home plate. A baseball is hit at a point 2.5 ft above the ground. It leaves the bat at an angle of theta=40 degree, with the horizontal at the speed of 105 ft per second.
Q: Find the horizontal distance that the baseball travels.

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x is the horizontal position

determine y for zeros; that should give you time in the air, use that t to determine the x

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