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A snowball rolls off a barn roof that slopes downward at an angle of 40°. The edge of the roof is 14.0 m above the ground, and the snowball has a speed of 7.00 m/s as it rolls off the roof. Ignore air resistance. Assume the coordinate origin is at the point on the roof where the snowball rolls off and that the positive *x* direction is to the right and the positive *y* direction is upwards.

(a) How far from the edge of the barn does the snowball strike the ground if it doesn't strike anything else while falling?

(b) Draw y-t graphs for the motion in part A.

(c) Draw x-t graphs for the motion in part A.

(d) Draw v_{x}-t graphs for the motion in part A.

(e) Draw v_{y}-t graphs for the motion in part A.

(f) A man 1.9 m tall is standing 4.0 m from the edge of the barn. Will he be hit by the snowball?

(a) How far from the edge of the barn does the snowball strike the ground if it doesn't strike anything else while falling?

(b) Draw y-t graphs for the motion in part A.

(c) Draw x-t graphs for the motion in part A.

(d) Draw v

(e) Draw v

(f) A man 1.9 m tall is standing 4.0 m from the edge of the barn. Will he be hit by the snowball?

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