The jet engine of an airplane takes in 120kg of air per second, which is burned with 4.2 kg of fuel.

The jet engine of an airplane takes in
120kg of air per second, which is burned with 4.2 kg of fuel per second. The
burned gases leave the plane at a speed of 550 m/s (relative to the plane). If
the plane is traveling 270 m /s (600mi/h), determine: (a) the thrust due to
ejected fuel; (b) the thrust due to accelerated air passing through the engine;
and (c) the power (hp) delivered.