The cork from a champagne bottle slip through the hands of the waiter opening it, moving with an initial velocity v=11.8 m/s at an angle of 76.4 degrees above horizontal. A diner is sitting a horizontal distance d away when this happens. Assume the cork leaves the waiter's hands at the same vertical level as the diner and that the cork falls back to this vertical level when it reaches the diner

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