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What is the question asking for?

Yes but you need to maximize L which means you are looking for the case we are talking about above

Alright, I'll give that a shot! Thanks!

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There is no air resistance, and gravity is constant.

I think...

oh ok, i'll put up what I have then, maybe it helps, then i'm gonna go watch tv ^_^

Haha, okay, thanks! And have fun watching tv! :)

Alright, thank you! Take care!

thank you very much! You didn't have to, but thank you! I'm going to check it out. Thanks!

I think eq 2 assumes \(v_{y\text{, final}}=0\); but I don't think that is the case, unfortunately.

same with eq 3. But eq 2 = \(v_y^2\) and eq 3 = \(v_y\), so maybe I'll end up using that!

good question post, a real brain teaser

Thanks for being a part of it @DemolisionWolf and @PhysicsGuru !