Directions. Input-- The inputs are by default filled with example values to give you an idea of how the program runs. 'Shot Release Height': the height at which the hand releases the ball on the shot, in feet. 'Ball Arc-Apex': the apex of the arc of the ball in flight, in feet. 'Basket Distance': the distance in feet, from the spot on the floor directly underneath the shot-release point, to the spot on the floor directly underneath the basket. Output-- The Output shows what the shot angle and the distance from shot-release of the ball apex in flight will have to be, if the conditions specified in the input exist. 'Shot Angle': the angle at which the ball will have to travel from the hand, if the ball is to reach the basket (90 degrees = straight up, 0 degrees = straight ahead, parallel to the floor). 'Distance of Apex': the distance in feet, from the point on the floor beneath the shot-release point, to the point on the floor beneath where the ball will reach its apex. 'Run Program': Runs the program. 'Reset': restores initial values to input and output fields.