You're probably told to ignore air resistance. Then all questions use the straight-line motion formulae under constant acceleration, applied as required in the horizontal and vertical components of the motion of the bomb.

a) Vertical component: Take downwards as positive. u = 0 m/s, y = 1950 m, a = g = either 9.8 or 10 m/s^2 (use the value you've been told to use), t = ?

b) Horizontal component: u = 92 m/s, a = 0 m/s^2, t = get from (a), x = ?

c) Vertical component: Take downwards as positive. u = 0 m/s, y = 1950 m, a = g = either 9.8 or 10 m/s^2 (use the value you've been told to use),

Horizontal component: u = 92 m/s, a = 0 m/s^2, t = get from (a),

d) Speed: .

Direction: At an angle to the horizontal. Do you see why?

Question of related interest (either now or very soon): Question 2 of this thread.