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A missile is lauched at angle 60 ° to the vertical with a velocity √ 0.75Gme/Re from the surface of the earth . Neglecting air resistance find the maximum height reached by the missile from the surface of the earth. (me- mass of the earth, Re- radius of the earth )

A missile is lauched at angle 60° to the vertical with a velocity  0.75Gme/Re from the surface of the earth . Neglecting air resistance find the maximum height reached by the missile from  the surface of the earth. (me- mass of the earth, Re- radius of the earth )

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Naveen Kumar
askIITians Faculty 60 Points
6 years ago
Apply v2=u2+2*a*s
s=maximum distance travelled, v=final volume, u=initial volume and a=-g(as it is opposite to the upward velocity
Just simply put these value in the formula givenm above and solve for maximum height.
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