Vector components:

$\overline{)\begin{array}{rcl}{\mathit{A}}_{\mathit{x}}& {\mathbf{=}}& \mathbf{\left|}\stackrel{\mathbf{\rightharpoonup}}{\mathit{A}}\mathbf{\right|}\mathbf{}\mathbf{cos}\mathbf{}\mathit{\theta}\\ {\mathit{A}}_{\mathit{y}}& {\mathbf{=}}& \mathbf{\left|}\stackrel{\mathbf{\rightharpoonup}}{\mathit{A}}\mathbf{\right|}\mathbf{}\mathbf{sin}\mathbf{}\mathit{\theta}\end{array}}$

On level ground a shell is fired with an initial velocity of 86.6 m/s at 63.7° above the horizontal and feels no appreciable air resistance.

Part A. Find the horizontal and vertical components of the shell's initial velocity.

Enter your answers numerically separated by a comma.

v_{0x}, v_{0y} = ______ m/s

Part B. How long does it take the shell to reach its highest point?

t = _____ s

Part C. Find its maximum height above the ground.

H = _____ m

Part D. How far from its firing point does the shell land?

L = _____ m

Part E. At its highest point, find the horizontal and vertical components of its acceleration.

Enter your answers numerically separated by a comma.

a_{x}, a_{y} = _____ m/s^{2}

Part F. At its highest point, find the horizontal and vertical components of its velocity.

Enter your answers numerically separated by a comma.

v_{x}, v_{y }= _____ m/s

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