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There is no change in horizontal velocity, hence no change in momentum in horizontal direction. The vertical velocity at t=10sec is
So change in momentum in vertical direction is  $\mathrm{v}=38×\mathrm{sin}{60}^{0}-\left(9.8\right)×10=-13.13\mathrm{m}/\mathrm{sec}$
So change in momentum in vertical direction is$=\left(0.5×98×\sqrt{3}/2\right)-\left[-\left(0.5×13.13\right)\right]$
$=42.434+6.56=48.997\approx 49$

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There is no change in horizontal velocity, hence no change in momentum in horizontal direction. The vertical velocity at t=10sec is
So change in momentum in vertical direction is  $\mathrm{v}=38×\mathrm{sin}{60}^{0}-\left(9.8\right)×10=-13.13\mathrm{m}/\mathrm{sec}$
So change in momentum in vertical direction is$=\left(0.5×98×\sqrt{3}/2\right)-\left[-\left(0.5×13.13\right)\right]$
$=42.434+6.56=48.997\approx 49$

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Are you a Sri Chaitanya student?