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At a certain angle - 45 degrees if the starting point and end point are at the same level, and air resistance can be ignored - and at a certain speed, the range is maximum. Both for lower and for higher angles, you get a lower range.

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The half maximum range of a projectile is launched at an angle of 15 degree

Without considering any effects of air resistance and wind, the angle of projection that delivers the greatest horizontal range is 45 degrees above the horizon. Anything different ... either more or less than 45 degrees ... reduces the range.

45 degrees.

"the higher the altitude the lower the range "

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Without considering any effects of air resistance and wind, the angle of projection that delivers the greatest horizontal range is 45 degrees above the horizon. Anything different ... either more or less than 45 degrees ... reduces the range.

45 degrees.

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If "range" means that the shooter and the target are on the same level: quadrupled (if airesistance can be neglected). It takes twice the time until gravity "eats up" vertical velocity and during that time the projectile moves with double horisontal velocity. But if you shoot horisontally from a cliff at double velocity the flighttime will be the same and the range only doubled.

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