Projectile Motion
Vertical Velocity Only  Horizontal Velocity 
s(t) = 0.5at^{2}+u_{y}_{}t (a = gravity ... constant acceleration) s(t) = vertical displacement after t seconds t = time u_{y} = initial vertical velocity u_{y} = usin(theta) 
s(t) = u_{x } t
s(t) = horizontal displacement after t seconds t = time u_{x}= initital horizontal velocity (this is constant) u_{x} = ucos(theta) 
1. At Boston's Fenway Park, it is 310 feet (94.5 m) from homeplate to the left field wall The Green Monster which is 30 feet (9.2 m) high. If David Ortiz, Red Sox Nation's beloved "Big Papi," hits a baseball at an initial height of 0.9 m, given the following velocities, does it clear the wall, hit the wall, or fall short?
