Sydney G.

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They plan for two fireworks to explode at the same height in the air. They travel at 320 ft/s(Firework A) and 240 ft/s (Firework b). Firework B is launched 0.25 s before Firework A.

How many seconds after Firework B launches will both fireworks​ explode?

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Mukul S. answered • 2d

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Mukul S.

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If you are so inclined, you can estimate that the headstart distance reduces to approx 59ft from our estimate of 60ft, if we were to account for gravitational acceleration.
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