
#37
Sep1407, 03:28 PM

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i have a feeling this is wrong for dy....




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Sep1407, 03:32 PM

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#39
Sep1407, 03:36 PM

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range?




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Sep1407, 03:37 PM

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#41
Sep1407, 03:40 PM

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which is really just the displacement up the plane?




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Sep1407, 03:43 PM

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Sep1407, 03:45 PM

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is this the same kinematics equation?




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Sep1407, 03:49 PM

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#45
Sep1407, 03:52 PM

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solve for...... vo? and insert into dx?




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#47
Sep1407, 04:02 PM

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without simplifying yet..
dx = vocos (theta) (vosin (theta) / (1/2)gsin(phi)) + (1/2)(g)cos(phi)((vosin(theta)/(1/2)gsin)^2) ya? 



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#49
Sep1407, 04:09 PM

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t = vosin(theta) / (1/2)gsin(phi)




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#51
Sep1407, 04:19 PM

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oops! little pen and ink mistake over here..
t = vosin(theta) / (1/2)gcos(phi) yep! 



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Sep1407, 04:24 PM

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dx = vocos(theta)vosin(theta)/(1/2)gcos(phi)  (1/2)gsin(phi)vosin(theta)/(1/2)gcos(phi)




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