#1
Nov704, 10:57 AM

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"Calculate the speed acquired by a rocket whose mass varies as it burns up fuel."
Is there any way I could make up a semirealistic problem relating to the above quote and solve it with logarithms? 



#2
Nov704, 11:34 AM

P: 151

[tex]F=ma[/tex]
[tex]F=m\frac {dv}{dt}[/tex] [tex]\frac {F}{m} = \frac {dv}{dt}[/tex] [tex]\int \frac {F}{m}dt = \int \frac {dv}{dt}[/tex] [tex]v=\int \frac {F(t)}{m(t)}dt[/tex] Not sure if that answers your question 


#3
Nov704, 11:42 AM

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I'm only in grade 11 and haven't done any calculus. Is there any way to make any sort of problem for this that only includes Logarithms?




#4
Nov704, 10:18 PM

P: 68

[SOLVED] Rocket Science 


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