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An airplane flies at a speed of 35 m/s at 15 degrees above horizontal. It drops a box at 90 meters above the ground. find the distance the box travels horizontally before reaching the ground.

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4. An air plane flies horizontally with
X-velocity V0x= 360 m/s at
an altitude (height above the ground)=H=Dy= 3645
m. A bag of mass M=40 Kg falls off from
the plane, and moves to the ground in a parabolic path without air
resistance while the plane ciontinues to fly horizontally. Use
g=10 m/s2 and V0Y=0
Part A
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seconds
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