Three balls are projected at the same speed from a cliff. Ball 1 is fired horizontally and hits the ground at t1. Ball 2 is fired at an angle of 30 degrees above the horizontal plane and hits the ground at t2. Ball 3 is fired at an angle of 60 degrees above the horizontal plane and hits the ground at t3. Which ball hit the ground from least to greatest. Which equation would you use to calculate the distance traveled by each ball?
A. t3<t2<t1
B. t1<t2=t3
C. t1=t2=t3
D. t1<t3<t2
E. t1<t2<t3
Three balls are projected at the same speed from a cliff. Ball 1 is fired horizontally...
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