Basically, the title says it all. Here is a short tutorial on projectile motion calculations with a spreadsheet.

I left out a lot of details, so maybe these links will help:

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hi! actually im not so good to understand the methods or formulas about this projectile motion. pardon me if still, i got confuse on your video tutorial about it. can you pls. give me the formula/s about the projectile motion if there is an angle involve!and post also an example on it. thanks a lot!hope you response ASAP..God bless!

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