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If a bomber travels horizontally at a speed of 250 km/hr and at a height of 5000 m how far away (measured horizontally) from the target must a bomb be released?

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    how long does it take for the bomb to fall 5000m?

    hf=hi-4.9t^2

    t= sqrt(5000/4.9) seconds

    how far away? speed*time

    change km/hr to m/s

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