Vox = VoVay =a4. Chased by assassins, Jason Bourne makes a daringmotorcycle leap from the (flat, level) top of a parkinggarage, to the roof of an office building which is 2.50m lower, and 19.50 m away. Assume he drives off thegarage horizontally, and there is no air friction. If helaunches with a speed v= 27.4 m/s:(a) Will he land on the roof (blue path), or hit the sideof the building (red path)? Support your answerwith a calculation.(b) Based on your results from part (a), find the components of his velocity at the momentthat he hits the building.(fc2.50mInb.29garageus19.50mbuildigg(drawing isnot toscale!)

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4. Chased by assassins, Jason Bourne makes a daring
motorcycle leap from the (flat, level) top of a parking
garage, to the roof of an office building which is 2.50
m lower, and 19.50 m away. Assume he drives off the
garage horizontally, and there is no air friction. If he
launches with a speed v= 27.4 m/s:
(a) Will he land on the roof (blue path), or hit the side
of the building (red path)? Support your answer
with a calculation.
(b) Based on your results from part (a), find the components of his velocity at the moment
that he hits the building.
(fc
2.50m
In
b.29
garage
us
19.50m
buildigg
(drawing is
not to
scale!)
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Vox = Vo Vay =a 4. Chased by assassins, Jason Bourne makes a daring motorcycle leap from the (flat, level) top of a parking garage, to the roof of an office building which is 2.50 m lower, and 19.50 m away. Assume he drives off the garage horizontally, and there is no air friction. If he launches with a speed v= 27.4 m/s: (a) Will he land on the roof (blue path), or hit the side of the building (red path)? Support your answer with a calculation. (b) Based on your results from part (a), find the components of his velocity at the moment that he hits the building. (fc 2.50m In b.29 garage us 19.50m buildigg (drawing is not to scale!)

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Motorcycle’s launch speed, (va)

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v, = 27.4 m/s

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Horizontal distance of garage to building,

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d, =19.50 m

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Vertical distance of gar...

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d = 2.50 m

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