Posted by **Thomas** on Monday, November 29, 2010 at 8:53pm.

You own a yacht which is 14.5 meters long. It is motoring down a canal at 9.80 m/s. Its bow (the front of the boat) is just about to begin passing underneath a bridge that is 30.0 m across. How much time is required until its stern (the end of the boat) is no longer under the bridge?

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