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    In two-dimensional motion, such as projectile motion, we can write the acceleration as:
    a=gj (this is vector j)
    This implies what about the velocity and displacement of the projectile?

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    If g is constant (I guess in this case it's 9.8m/s), this implies the following:

    Since velocity is the integral of ...

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