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Asked Sep 26, 2019

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Here, the figure shows the motion of the dart shot by a gun at an initial velocity u and v_{max} is the velocity of y-component at the maximum height and with the angle θ.

Step 2

Given,

Step 3

Now, at the maximum height, there will be no y-component of the velocity so, vmax will be zero and tmax is the time taken by the dart to r...

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