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Posted by confusedd!HELPP!!! on Tuesday, September 11, 2007 at 8:23pm.

A torpedo fired from a submerged submarine is propelled through the water with a speed of 20.00 m/s and explodes upon impact with a target 2000.0m away. If the sound of the impact is heard 101.4s after the torpedo was fired, what is the speed of sound in water?

(becuz the torpedo is held at a constant speed by its propeller, the effect of water resistance can be neglected)

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