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## Solution for problem 14E Chapter 36

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Problem 14E

At the end of 1 s, a horizontally fired bullet drops a vertical distance of 4.9 m from its otherwise straight-line path in a gravitational field of 1 ?g?. By what distance would a beam of light drop from its otherwise straight-line path if it traveled in a uniform field of 1 ?g? for 1 ?s?? For 2 ?s??

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Solution 14E Step 1 : In this question, we have a bullet which drops at 4.9 m vertically under the gravitational force, now we need to find the distance the light beam drops under gravity 1 g after 1 s and 2 s

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