|Aug8-12, 03:19 AM||#52|
How to get initial and final velocity? need help thanks
Yes, you can try and see when you get the minimum vo. But the problem has an exact solution.
The geometry of the problem is not clearly stated. One can understand that the three wheels altogether cover 10.63 m distance, or each of them does.
|Aug10-12, 04:02 AM||#53|
|Aug11-12, 06:04 AM||#54|
I would agree, but it is nice to know there are other ways to tackle things.
|cannonball, final velocity, initial velocity, time|
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