# Recent content by dayyou

1. ### Survey for School Project

Thanks for all the responses guys, it's really helping a bunch. The range of data I'm getting is helping to smooth out the fact about 45% of my responses were from only a select group of people, the people directly in my vicinity. Anywho, thanks again guys. If more people want to continue to...
2. ### Survey for School Project

If there is some way to convert Canadian grades into a United States GPA metric, then it is not only limited to the United States. I would actually love it if I got data from different countries, but up until now I was not aware there was a different grading metric for Canada. I found this quick...
3. ### Survey for School Project

Hey all, I am doing a project in school and I need people to fill out this survey. Please only take it if you are in school and know your current GPA. Thanks a bunch guys. Thanks again. -Dayyou Edit: Changed the link so it works. Edit 2: Took down the link because I have gotten all the data I...
4. ### Calculating Speed of Falling Banana - Just Before it Hits Ground?

thebigstar25 is correct, this is all about Conservation of Energy. Potential Energy at the start is equal to the Kinetic Energy at the bottom. And since you know the Force and Acceleration, you can figure out Mass. (F=ma) Then just plug it into the equation for PE (PE=mgh).
5. ### Introduction to VECTORS

S_Happens definitely put what I was trying to convey into words that actually made sense, haha.
6. ### Perpendicular 3D Vector Problem

No, not yet. Only a sophmore in high school. If those concepts A) are on the SAT and B) help me find the answer, an explanation would be very appreciated.
7. ### Introduction to VECTORS

Try thinking in terms of the real world. If you are walking at 15 mph, and a 3 mph gust of wind hits you from the front, do you feel more resistance or less (ie, would you add the 3 mph or subtract it)?
8. ### Perpendicular 3D Vector Problem

Homework Statement Give an example of a vector perpendicular to [6,2,3] that has the same length. Homework Equations Distance formula between two points on a 3D plane: Sqrt[(X1-X2)2 + (Y1-Y2)2 + (Z1-Z2)2] The Attempt at a Solution In 2D space, the perpendicular vector of [X,Y] is [-Y,X]...