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`        A grasshopper can jump maximum distance of 1.6m.it spends negligible time on ground.How far can it go in 10 seconds`
2 years ago

Arun
23739 Points
```							Dear student grasshopper jumps maximum distance when Ф = 45 degHorizontal component of velocity = u /√2 R = U² / g         u = √gR  = √10*1.6  = 4 m/secDistance in 10 sec:  4/√2 * 10  = 20√2 m RegardsArun (askIITians forum expert)
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2 years ago
Vivek Singh
15 Points
```							A body is projected at time ( t=0) from a certain point on a planet's surface with a certain velocity  at a certain angle with the planet's surface ( assumed horizontal ) . the horizontal and vertical displacement x and y  ( in meter ) respectively vary with time t in second  as  , x= 10t  and y=10 t- tsquare . Then the maximum height attained by the body is
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