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Here, is the initial velocity in the horizontal direction, t is the time, and is the horizontal acceleration. Here, velocity at A in the vertical direction, is the vertical acceleration, and g is the acceleration due to gravity. Substitute 0 for and for g. Therefore, the equation of the path followed by the ball is. Substitute for g and 0. Since the horizontal velocity is always constant,. Substitute Therefore, the magnitude of ball velocity is. Substitute 2. Substitute for and for g. Therefore, the tangential component of the acceleration of the ball is.

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