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A Physics homework problem based on projectile motion and reaction time

A missile is launched and travels at 309m/s. If the operator discovers that the missile is locked on the wrong target and must be detonated by remote signal before impact, how far will the missile travel if the operator’s reaction time to send the signal is 1.21s? (Rwood Posted this) Answer will be posted soon. Waiting for response […]

Homework from Projectile Motion

A projectile is projected at an angle theta with horizontal with speed u . If air resistance is taken in account , the angle with vertical at the time of hitting the ground will be a)more than (90 + theta) b)less than (90 – theta) c)(90 + theta) d)equal to theta Answer: (b) Se the figure below […]

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