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```				   2 bodies are projected vertically upwards from one point with the same initial velocity vo. The second body is projected to seconds after the first.How long after will the bodies meet?
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let at hight h and after t second from the projection of second body both bodies meet
since first body projected t0 second earlier so
h=v(t+t0) -1/2 *g *(t+t0)2

for second body
h=vt-1/2 *g *t2
equate both
v(t+t0) -1/2 *g *(t+t0)2  =   vt-1/2 *g *t2
simplify
2vt0/g =(2t+t0)t0
t={2v/g  -t0}/2

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