A boy jumps a distance of 2m on the surface of the earth. What distance will he jump on the surface of the moon where g is 1/6th of the value on the surface of the earth.
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Equation of motion under gravitational force
`` let boy jumps from statinary position i.e at rest at both surfaces earth and moon. So u=0 ,thus equation of motion now becomes
on earth h=2 metres
on surface of the moon , let boy jumps for same time. and jumps to x metres.
`` Here in problem so many informations were missing ,so it is difficult to give the desired result.
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