# Science of Apps! - Part 4: Fruit Ninja

**Classical Mechanics**Level 3

The game is such that you can cut and dice the fruits with the swipe of your finger. Slicing more than one fruit at a time opens the possibilities of combos. Say a watermelon is thrown upwards at a speed of \(x\) m/s. When the watermelon reaches its apex of \(5\) m., a coconut is thrown up at a speed of \(y\) m/s. If the watermelon and the coconut are on the same horizontal line, exactly \(1\) m. off the ground at some point in time, find \(\frac{\lfloor x\rfloor}{\lfloor y\rfloor}\)

Take \(g=10m/s^2\)

This problem is part of the Science of Apps! series.

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