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I am having difficulties with this question as no height for the crater is given please help! :)

AN astronaut is speeding over a level stretch of the Moon's surface at 12m/s in her small lunar rover. She drives over the edge of a crater, whose surface slopes downwards at an angle of 30 degrees below the horizontal.

1) It is known that g = 2m/s^2 on the Moon. How far down the slope (measured from the lip of the crater) will the vehicle land?

2) What is the velocity and speed of the vehicle before landing?

S(t) = a/2t^2 + V(0)t + S(0), where V = velocity , a = acceleration and s = displacement.

Vf = Vi + at

Thank you for your help!

So i think the distance down the slope would be 6.93 Metres but im not sure if this is right, i used basic trig to work this out, then the rest i can work out myself just need to check that this is right or not!

## Homework Statement

AN astronaut is speeding over a level stretch of the Moon's surface at 12m/s in her small lunar rover. She drives over the edge of a crater, whose surface slopes downwards at an angle of 30 degrees below the horizontal.

1) It is known that g = 2m/s^2 on the Moon. How far down the slope (measured from the lip of the crater) will the vehicle land?

2) What is the velocity and speed of the vehicle before landing?

## Homework Equations

S(t) = a/2t^2 + V(0)t + S(0), where V = velocity , a = acceleration and s = displacement.

Vf = Vi + at

Thank you for your help!

## The Attempt at a Solution

So i think the distance down the slope would be 6.93 Metres but im not sure if this is right, i used basic trig to work this out, then the rest i can work out myself just need to check that this is right or not!

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