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An arrow is shot with a velocity of 45 m/s at an angle 50 degrees with the horizontal.What is the height of the arrow at a point 150 meters down range?

I think I know how to get the TOTAL distance: 45sin(50)(3.52)-.5x9.8x3.52=203.6M BUT NOT THE HEIGHT.

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