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Throwing a ball physic java applet design by Francisco Esquembre, modified by Ahmed.
Original applet Throwing a ball

In this simulation we look for the initial angle of throw that will make a ball travel the longest possible distance.
The motion of the ball is a composition of the uniform motion in the horizontal direction and the uniformly accellerated motion in the vertical direction.

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