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27. A hunter shoots a bullet horizontally from a tree stand at a height of 6.00 meters. The bullet has an initial horizontal velocity 220.0 m/s. The bullet did not hit its intended target and struck the ground. How far did the bullet travel in the horizontal direction? A 220 m B 359 m C 268 m D 244 m

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  1. cesckay
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    i think its D.. best guess

  2. cesckay
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    is that all thats related to the question?

  3. natasha.aries
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    yes, the answer is D and that is all that is related to the ? how did u get that?

  4. cesckay
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    kinematic equations.. v^2 = u^2 + 2as

  5. natasha.aries
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    yeah thats what i was trying, i got it thanks yall!

  6. natasha.aries
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    wait what formula did you use after that one?

  7. cesckay
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    question is kind of blurry.. U welcome :D

  8. cesckay
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    lol. a bullet shot out of a gun will taje the same amount of time to fall as a bullet dropped out from a gun.. so firstly, u have to find the time "t" it takes to reach its final velocity zero (0). then use kinematics to solve for the distance travelled.

  9. natasha.aries
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    okayy cool! i got it thanks

  10. natasha.aries
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    at least i did it some way and i got the answer

  11. cesckay
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    Thank you! :)

  12. natasha.aries
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    lol np

  13. VeritasVosLiberabit
    • 2 years ago
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    |dw:1354765692665:dw| well this problem is going to bother me for the rest of the night. I can only get a as my answer it seems, but I know this is incorrect.

  14. natasha.aries
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    ill show u what i did then maybe it wont bother u as much! but omg thanks for spending all that time and hard work on it

  15. VeritasVosLiberabit
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    yes if you could please show me your solution that would put my mind at ease

  16. natasha.aries
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  17. natasha.aries
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    sure thing! its a bit confusing though

  18. VeritasVosLiberabit
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    beautiful and obvious now that I see it. thanks for the solution.

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