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A rifle is aimed directly at the bull's eye of a target 50m away. If the bullet speed is 350 m/s, how far below the bull's eye does the bullet strike the target?

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  1. the bullet travels for 1/7 second
    in that time it falls 4.9*(1/49) = 0.1m

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