A bullet is moving with a initial velocity 'u' after penetrating through an object to a distance 'a' its velocity is reduced by 'u/n'. How far will the bullet move before coming to rest.
Asked by b_shankar_rao | 28th Aug, 2015, 09:08: PM
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 30th Aug, 2015, 05:25: PM
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