Angle calculate by a body be projected, Physics

At what angle should a body be projected with a given velocity 24m/s just to pass over the obstacle 14m high at a given distance of 24m.

Solution: 14=24xtan(θ)-(g*)(242)/(2*242cos2( θ ))

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