An object with a mass of 4.0 kg travels with a constant velocity of 4.8 m/s northward. It is then acted on by a force of 6.5 N in the direction of motion and a force of 9.5 N to the south, both of which continue even after the mass comes momentarily to rest.
A left-handed pitcher at sea level throws a baseball at a 45o angle with an initial speed of 19 m/s. The time for the ball to reach its highest point can be found from the data and known constants using which equations? Solve for the time.
ok obvisouly im doing something wrong here, does anyone have a list of formulas for projectile motion. I dont seem to have any in the text book, and mastering physics is just giving me questions, no formulas.
A child slides down a frictionless 3.1 -long playground slide tilted upward at an angle of 37. At the end of the slide, there is an additional section that curves so that the child is launched off the end of the slide horizontally.
How fast is the child moving at...
ya i did read that, i just needed someone to explain it in away that makes sense to me. I went to my lab today and i am obviously strugglin with this subject so im going to a study group that meets every week. I really do appreciate your guy's help, i just am not the kind of person to figure out...
ok heres what im trying to think of in my head. Basically the question states that it takes a object .210seconds to cover 1.35meters. So with that given information i have to find what height the object falls from. Well a given is the objects acceleration is 9.8m/s squared
Hi im just starting a college physics class, all the work is pretty much online and im am having a terrible time learning all the equations and things of that nature. The question is
You are standing by your living room window when an object falls vertically downward in...