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I'm having some weird issues, where I am given too little information to solve...

Then why would they ask for elevation angle..?

Whoops, thats meant to be \(x\times \sin\left(\theta\right)\)

For \(x_y\)

Any dieas @ganeshie8 @UnkleRhaukus ?

i also think it is justified to use 45° as the elevation angle

But I still don't know why they would ask it in the question... let me look at the solution

Wow. The angle is 45 degrees in the book -_-

Can you solve it without knowing the angle?

you cannot use common sense in physics

@nincompoop, TRUTH

But I guess I'll just assume you had to assume the whole time..?

any other ideas?? @nincompoop

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90 degrees would most likely not reach the distance horizontally

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thankyou @ganeshie8

The answer itself says the angle is 45 degrees

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45 degree angle is the optimal angle provided the same newton force is applied

as the egg elevates gravity is pushing it down

Then why would part of the question ask what is the angle...

*maximum range

correct, and that is determined by the velocity of the egg itself

\[R = \dfrac{v_0^2\sin(2\theta)}{g}\]
what angle makes \(R\) large ?

45 degrees? Since \(45\times 2=90\) and \(sin(90)=1\)

Yep! maybe just put that for justification

correct

Ahh, thanks @ganeshie8 and @nincompoop and everybody who helped :D

np:) please medal divu.mkr not me

If you say so @ganeshie8 ;)