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Projectile Problem

by rajesh.msen
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rajesh.msen
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Mar1-10, 10:37 PM
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Hi to all guys i am not good in physics and trigonometric I tried to do a projectile system.My launch point is higher than target point.I know the velocity v, target_distance d, gravity g,Launch_height_y y0.I added a image that shows the equation.I tried my own but not solved the equation.Please some one help me

d = 30,v = 22 , g = 9.8 ,y0 = 2

I wants to find the theta(angle)

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aim1732
#2
Mar2-10, 01:56 AM
P: 431
Not sure how you got the equation but ut would be best to analyse along the independent x- and y-axes.One is accelerated and other is simple non-accelerated one.
rajesh.msen
#3
Mar2-10, 02:33 AM
P: 6
Hey i got this from this link

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Range_o...#Uneven_Ground

aim1732
#4
Mar4-10, 06:37 AM
P: 431
Projectile Problem

Of course it is right. What I meant was analysis along x- and y-axes separately is much simpler(that's how they got the formula).


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