i need some help with this:
the distance d that a certain particle moves may be calculated from the expression d=at+bt^2, where a and b are constants; and T is the elapsed time. complete the following statement: the dimensions of the quantities a and b are..., respectively
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If an object is thrown vertically upward on the moon how many times higher will it go than it would on earth if they both have the same initial vel.
Acceleration on moon is 1/6 of what it is on earth
I need some help on solving this. Thank You
hi i need help on two of my homework problems one on work and the other on force
As you walk, there is a static frictional force between your shoes and the ground. Is any work done? Explain your answer.
If three objects exert forces on a body, can they all do work at the same time? Explain...
oh sorry about that, but i did try to do them myself but i didn't understand them so i decided to skip them move on and then go back to try to figure out the answers for these few problems but i couldn't so I decided to post them up as well