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a balloonist releases a ballest bag from a balloon rising at 40m/s at a time when a balloon is 100m above the ground ,if g=10m/s then the bag reaches to ground in

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  1. time of flight: h=vo*t-1/2 g t^2
    vo=40
    g= 9.8
    h=100 solve for time t.
    you will need to use the quadratic equation.

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    bobpursley
  2. S= Ut+1/2at2
    -100=40t-5t2
    Solving it
    t= 10

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