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A plane drops a bomb from an altitude of 10,000m.

a. Determine the time the bomb is in the air.
b. Determine the velocity the bomb would have right before it hits the ground.
c. Before the bomb is launched the plane has a horizontal velocity of 92m/s. Determine the distance the bomb will travel in the X-axis.
d. Solve for the Resultant velocity that the bomb would impact the ground with.

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