Two bodies are projected horizontally from the same height towards each other at 10 m/s. One second later their |

A) horizontal distance is reduced by 20 m |

B) horizontal distance is reduced by 10 m |

C) vertical distance is 10 m |

D) vertical distance is 20 m |

Two bodies separated horizontally by 40 m and at the same height above the ground are projected towards each other at 10 m/s. They meet |

A) 10 m below and at a horizontal distance of 20 m from the point of projection of the bodies |

B) 10 m below and at a horizontal distance of 10 m from the point of projection of the bodies |

C) 20 m below and at a horizontal distance of 20 m from the point of projection of the bodies |

D) 20 m below and at a horizontal distance of 10 m from the point of projection of the bodies |

A body is projected from the ground at some angle above the horizontal. Time taken by it to return to the ground is t. When is at the highest point of its path |

A) it is gt^{2}/4 above the ground |

B) it is gt^{2}/2 above the ground |

C) it is gt^{2}/4 below the point it would have reached in the absence of gravity |

D) it is gt^{2}/2 below the point it would have reached in the absence of gravity |

Two bodies separated by 60 m are at different heights above the ground and are hurled towards each other simultaneously at 10 m/s and 5 m/s. |

A) They collide 2 s after projection | B) They collide 3 s after projection |

C) They collide 4 s after projection | D) They do not collide |

A stone is projected towards a target at a horizontal distance of 16 m and 8 m vertically above the point of projection.Velocity of stone is directed towards the target and the horizontal component of the stone's velocity is 16 m/s. The stone |

A) passes 2 m below the target | B) passes 4 m below the target |

B) passes 5 m below the target | D) passes 3 m below the target |

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