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Problem: A projectile returns to its original height after 6.08 seconds, during which time it travels 76.2 meters horizontally. If air resistance can be neglected, what was the magnitude and direction of the projectile's initial velocity? (Use g = 9.80 m/s2)

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A projectile returns to its original height after 6.08 seconds, during which time it travels 76.2 meters horizontally. If air resistance can be neglected, what was the magnitude and direction of the projectile's initial velocity? (Use g = 9.80 m/s2)

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