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Homework Help: Physics

Posted by Sarah on Sunday, June 7, 2009 at 9:53pm.

A markman fires a .22 caliber rifle horizontally at a target the bullet has a muzzle velocity with magnitude 750 ft/s. How much does the bullet drop in flight if the target is (a) 50.0 yd away and (b) 150.0 yd away?

for this question i was given the equation
S= ut + at^2/2

I dont know what numbers I should put where all i know is that a = -9.8 and u = 750 but the answer for the question is .64 how do they get this

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