The specific problem can be found here: http://www.cbsd.org/sites/teachers/hs/cmcglone/Student%20Documents/Chapter%204%20(Application%20of%20Derivatives)/Section%204.3%20-%20Olsen%20Curve%20Sketching%20Answers.pdf" [Broken]
The above link also gives the answer. I am not sure...
A ball of weight 5 N is suspended by two strings as shown [linked below].
(a) Draw and label all forces that act on the ball.
(b)Determine the magnitude of each of the forces indicated in part (a).
Suppose that the ball swings as a pendulum perpendicular to the plane of the...
So, we have a physics project, in which we must build a water balloon launcher and launch the balloon at a stationary target about 50 yds away (normally we use meter, however we are firing on a football field). I have created my launcher (it is basically a slingshot), but...
haha, so hopefully my last question for the night!
Find the initial velocity, when the object is shot at 70 degrees and took 6.5s to land. (hint: look at the y direction first this time)
(For more information regarding my question, visit my earlier question from tonight...
So, this is pretty easy and simple, I am just missing something obvious here I am pretty sure. This stems from a question I asked earlier tonight.
Calculate the time it took from launch to land, given a velocity of 30.197m/s, and a distance traveled of 85m. (other...
An object is shot (from a cannon) at an angle of 33 degrees and landed 85 m away. Calculate the magnitude of the initial velocity (Hint:Look at the x direction and solve for Vox)
Other questions I must answer. If you have time, help with these would...