Projectile Motion Calculator
I made this code just for a math game called Project TRIG.
( http://www.mathplayground.com/ProjectTRIG/ProjectTRIGPreloader.html )
I used to calculate the solutions of the game manually, but to make it easier, I made a code which automatically calculates for it. The computer will save us from advanced
This is basically helpful for beginners to understand some c++ concepts like iteration structures, the use of sstream, and jump statements, and also on how to perform complex mathematical operations by the use of simple algorithm.
Just a few guide for the needed values:
At the game, you can activate the grid button to calculate the distance.
angle = decide what value of angle you want to use.
yo = the height of the cannon.
x coordinate = the distance of target horizontally.
y coordinate = the distance of target vertically.
The code is very suitable to anyone who is just beginning programming.
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