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Rocket physics question

A rocket is launched to travel vertically upward with a constant velocity of say...20 m/s.After
travelling maybe 35 s the rocket develops snag and its fuel supply is cut off. the rocket then travels like a free body, the height achieved by the rocket will be

THIS IS NOT A HOMEWORK QUESTION!!!!
i have made it on my own
 
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Can you think of any equations that you can use?
 

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A rocket is launched to travel vertically upward with a constant velocity of say...20 m/s.After
travelling maybe 35 s the rocket develops snag and its fuel supply is cut off. the rocket then travels like a free body, the height achieved by the rocket will be

THIS IS NOT A HOMEWORK QUESTION!!!!
i have made it on my own
It doesn't matter if you made it up. It still must be placed in the Homework Help forums, where I have moved your thread.

And you are required to show us the relevant equations, and your attempt at a solution. Show us the kinematic equations of motion that apply to your problem (you can look them up on wikipedia.org if you are not sure).
 

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