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Water is projected from two rubber pipes at the same speed from one at angle of 30 degree and from the other at 60 degree. why are the ranges equal?


Question asked by: ali shah

Asked on: 12 May 2008

They come out at the same speed and therefore have the same potential energy. This means therefore that they will extend to the same range due to this equal speed, the angle does not matter here even if you think it might.

Remember that gravity is what pulls them down and gravity is a force that exhibits gauge symmetry.

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Replied at: 25 Aug 2008
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