# 1 the flight path of a projectile is dependent on the angle q that it is fired this 5346598

1. The flight path of a projectile is dependent on the angle (q)that it is fired. This path can be separated into a horizontal andvertical distance as a function of time. horizontal distance(t) = t* Vo * cos(q) vertical distance(t) = t * Vo * sin(q) –½ gt2 where Vo is the initial velocity, g is theacceleration due to gravity (9.8 m/s2), and t is time in seconds.Using the subplot command, plot the following 4 plots in onefigure: a. Assuming a launch angle of 45 degrees and an initialvelocity of100 m/s, plot the horizontal distance the projectiletraveled versus time (time on the x axis) for 0 to 30 seconds. Addtitle and label axes. (4 pts) b. Assuming a launch angle of 45degrees and an initial velocity of100 m/s, plot the verticaldistance the projectile traveled versus time (time on the x axis)for 0 to 30 seconds. Add title and label axes. (4 pts) c. Plot thevertical distance (y axis) versus the horizontal distance (x axis).Add title and label axes. (4 pts) Calculate new arrays for thevertical and horizontal launch distances assuming launch angles of90, 45, and 30 degrees. Plot the vertical distance (y axis) versusthe horizontal distance (x axis) for each of these angles. Usedifferent line types to represent each angle. Add title, labelaxes, and a legend to identify the line types. (8 pts)