A sphere is launched with an initial speed of $50\,\frac{m}{s^2}$ as indicated in the diagram from below. Assume that the acceleration due gravity is $g=10\,\frac{m}{s^2}$ and the angle with the horizontal is $53^{\circ}$. Given these conditions find the tangential acceleration after two seconds produced the launching of the sphere.

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I'm confused exactly how should I approach this problem:

The only thing which I could spot is that the components would be in the form of:

$a_n=g\cos \omega$

$a_t=g\sin \omega$

where $\omega$ is the launch angle.

But I don't know exactly how to relate this with what would be happening after two seconds from launching?. I really would appreciate an answer which can show where are the vectors for the acceleration and the angles, because I dont know how to identify them properly. Can someone help me with this matter?. Please!!.