# Bomber

Bomber flies 10 km at 600 km/h. At what horizontal distance from the target must the pilot drop the bomb to hit the target?

Don't care about air resistance and consider the gravitational acceleration g=9.81 m/s

Don't care about air resistance and consider the gravitational acceleration g=9.81 m/s

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