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A 15 g bullet is fired at 610 m/s into a 4.7 kg block that sits at the edge of a 75 cm-high table. The bullet embeds itself in the block and carries it off the table.

How far from the point directly below the table's edge does the block land?

Express your answer with the appropriate units.

Answer #1

Here,

m1= 15 g = 15*10^-3 kg

Then,

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