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From a helicopter situated 600m of height from the earth, a bomb is slightly dropped to the ground. A soldier sees this in the very moment and he straight away fires a rifle bullet which has a velocity of
- what is the time taken for the bullet to hit the bomb?
- when the two impacts what is the height to them from the ground?
if the bullet rifle didn't hit the bomb, after another two seconds, he fires again in the same velocity. When it hits the bomb what is the height for the bomb from earth?
if the bullet didn't hit the bomb as in the second question, after two seconds the soldier runs at a speed of
#"7 ms"^(-1)#. When the bomb fall on the ground how long can the soldier run?
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Let me start by saying that this is a very cool problem.
You know that the bomb starts falling from the helicopter. At the same time, a soldier that's located directly below the bomb, i.e. in the sport where the bomb will hit the ground, fires a bullet straight up.
The bullet and the bomb will presumably meet somewhere above gound level. The idea here is that if you add the distance travelled by the bomb and the distance travelled by the bullet in the same time
You need to account for the fact that the two objects travel in opposite directions, which means that their displacements will have opposite signs.
If you take the downward direction as the positive direction, then the distance travelled by the bomb will be
The distance travelled by the bullet will be
This means that you have
The bomb and the bullet will heat each other after 5 seconds.
As you would image, the height from the ground will be equal for both objects, since they collide at the same point.
This is the distance the bomb travelled from its dropping point, which means that it will be
Now things get a little more complicated. If the bullet doesn't hit the bomb, then the soldier fires again, only this time he waits 2 seconds after seeing that he missed.
This means that, at the moment the second bullet is fired, the bomb travelled for
Its height from the ground will be
At the moment the second bullet is fired, the bomb will have a velocity of
The distance covered by the bomb after the second bullet is hit
The distance covered by the bullet
This time, you have
The bomb and the second bullet will meet 1.87 seconds after the second bullet is fired. The total falling time for the bomb will be
The total distance it covered is
Its height from the ground at this point will be
Finally, two seconds after the second bullet misses the bomb, the soldier starts running. At this moment, the bomb will have travelled for
The time it takes the bomb to reach ground level is
This means that the soldier has
to get away.