# Recent content by Flippit

1. ### Two Dimensional Kinematics

Thanks for your help Delphi, but I figured it out myself, the computer just wanted it in scientific notation for some reason >_>
2. ### Two Dimensional Kinematics

mmkay, i tried that, and I also got .23. But .23/3 gave me .063... and the answer was still incorrect, am I dividing by the right number of time intervals?
3. ### Two Dimensional Kinematics

Well, I know the initial velocity is right, its a two part problem and that was the answer to part A, as for the diagram it's multiple pictures of a single ball being launched in an arc shape. I need to find the time between each picture. I tried finding the time to reach the max height, and...
4. ### Two Dimensional Kinematics

Homework Statement In the photograph , suppose the cart that launches the ball is 13 cm high. The vertical distance from the lowest ball to the highest is about two cart heights or 26 cm. Estimate the time interval between successive stroboscopic exposures. Link to the photograph...
5. ### Find the x, y, and z components of the vector

Okay, I understand everything now, thanks so much for the help!
6. ### Find the x, y, and z components of the vector

Do you think you could give me just a little nudge in the right direction? I can't figure out how to go from here.
7. ### Find the x, y, and z components of the vector

Homework Statement Find the x, y, and z components of the vector A shown in the figure , given that A = 65 m. A link to the image: http://img401.imageshack.us/i/asdasp.jpg/ The Attempt at a Solution Y Component: 65m*cos(35) = 53.24m Z Component: 65m*cos(55) = 37.28m I think...
8. ### One Dimensional Hot Air Balloon Kinematics

Alright, I guess I'll just have to talk to my teacher about it. Thanks for looking it over!
9. ### One Dimensional Hot Air Balloon Kinematics

Homework Statement A hot-air balloon has just lifted off and is rising at the constant rate of 2.3 m/s. Suddenly one of the passengers realizes she has left her camera on the ground. A friend picks it up and tosses it straight upward with an initial speed of 12 m/s. If the passenger is 2.5m...