An aeroplane moving horizontally at 150m/s releases a bomb at a hight of 150m.The bomb hits the intended target.What is the horizontal distance of the plane from the target when the bomb was released?

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  1. h = 0.5g*t^2 = 150 m.
    4.9t^2 = 150
    t^2 = 30.61
    t = 5.53 s. = Fall time.

    d = Xo * t = 150m/s * 5.53 s = 830 m.

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