Kinematics problem

Drops of water are thrown tangentially off the horizontal rim of a wet umbrella making 14 revolutions in 33 seconds. Rim is 3ft. in diameter and is 4ft. above the ground. Find the diameter of the circle(in ft.) in which the drops meet the ground. Please help me solve this problem as i am in urgent need of it.

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Give soome hint .....no idea how to solve

Dattaraj Kuvalekar - 3 years, 9 months ago

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