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I want to know the method to find the distance traveled by a projectile in its whole journey in terms of angle of projection, initial velocity, and any other universal constants.

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integration would give us the area not the length.

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You can use the fact that at maximum distance the Y co ordinate of projectile is zero:

The distance traveled by the projectile = R = U^{2}.sin 2x / g

You could use integration over the path length (i.e the equation of trajectory of a projectile motion)

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You can use the fact that at maximum distance the Y co ordinate of projectile is zero:

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You could use integration over the path length (i.e the equation of trajectory of a projectile motion)

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