Cody is going out , and his GF is angry for this .... So Cody tries to convince her , but for that he doesn't have much time to go to her . So he throws a chocolate towards her ... (thinking that she might forgive him :P ) . He threw it with initial velocity \(u=49 m/s\) and making an angle \(\theta = 45 ^{\circ}\) with the horizontal and it was a perfect throw so it was going to reach the target (his GF) . But suddenly , an unexpected blow of wind came , caused an acceleration of \(a=5 m/s^2\) in horizontal direction. So the chocolate went somewhat far away from his GF , so his GF had to run a distance to get the chocolate . How much distance in \(meters\) did she have to run to get the chocolate ?

**Details and Assumptions :-**

Actual expected path of chocolate is shown with black dotted path and the path which was caused due to wind is shown as red line. (The red dot means chocolate)

acceleration due to gravity=\(g=9.8 m/s^2\)

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