Oh my gosh, a relate rate word problem has to do with Calculus. Anyone who has ever studied Calculus should know what related rates are!!! and what a word problem is, just put them together. It's like a math problem in Calculus (speficially related rates meaing using derivatives). And your...
yes thank you dick, but that is the problem. the shadow concept it so commonly used. that is why i need a new related rates problem, its not the stuff i make the BOX out of. like i need an example of how you could do related rates with bowling or what not.
WOW WOW WOW that is way to complicated. i just need a simple relate rates problem. but like can someon make one up for bowling or for something creative! please! but the calculus derivative part can be simple!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!
Homework Statement
Make up a RELATED RATE word problem and illustrate it in a shoebox, using small toys, cutouts, pipe cleaner figures, play dough, etc. Don’t make your problem too hard, but it must involve calculus.
1. Clearly written statement of the problem (separate from box as...
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this is what i am ultimately trying to solve. we are trying to find out who "gave you the prize" it is Trig. question.
These are the letters i got to unscramble but they are wrong, i know, because, in the website...
[SOLVED] Ferris Wheel Problem!!!!! PLEASE HELP!
Homework Statement
The Ferris Wheel takes 29 seconds to make one revolution.
The diameter of this Ferris Wheel is forty feet.
The distance from the ground to the top of the Ferris Wheel is forty-five feet. (That means that the distance...
but how can i express myh anwer in terms of the fields when i am not given anything about charge.
do i somehow need to incorporate the proton.
or should i use a different formula.
now i have to : Determine the speed of the proton while in the box if it continues to move vertically upward. Express your answer in terms of the fields and the given quantities.
to find velocity do i use the formula Fm=qv*B