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2 stones A & B are dropped from 2 different towers such that they travel 44.1m and 63.7m in their last second of their motion respectively. find the ratio of the height of the 2 towers from where the stones are dropped? answer is 25:49

2 stones A & B are dropped from 2 different towers such that they travel 44.1m and 63.7m in their last second of their motion respectively. find the ratio of the height of the 2 towers from where the stones are dropped? answer is 25:49

Grade:9

2 Answers

anurag v.
38 Points
10 years ago


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Yogesh Singh
15 Points
10 years ago
Distance covered in nth second = u + 1/2a(2t - 1 ) this will give the time in which the two stones reached the ground putting that value of 't' in distance = ut + 1/2 at^2(t square) we will get the height of both the towers dividing both heights we will get the ratio which is your answer 25:49

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