projectile motion related numerical


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Jun2-09, 01:12 AM
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a stone is thrown vertically upwards. if it takes 30 seconds to return to the ground, How high does the stone go?..

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Jun2-09, 02:35 AM
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Hi there,

Come on. I believe you can answer that by yourself. You just need to apply the accelerated linear motion equations and you get to your answer
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can u provide that linear accelerated motion...

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Jun2-09, 04:04 AM
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projectile motion related numerical


Not really, but I can help you find them.

Acceleration is define as a variation of speed: [tex]a = \frac{v_1 - v_0}{t}[/tex]

In the case of accelerated linear motion, the average speed is equal to the mean speed: [tex]\overline{v} = \frac{v_0 + v_1}{2}[/tex]

From these three equations, you have the solution to your question.
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can u provide that linear accelerated motion...
Hi shahzadzai!

They are the standard constant acceleration equations see the PF Library.


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