Final Destination is an American horror franchise composed of five films, two comic books, and nine novels. It is based on an unproduced spec script by Jeffrey Reddick, originally written for The X-Files television series, and was distributed by New Line Cinema. All five films center around a small group of people who escape impending death when one individual (the protagonist of each film) has a sudden premonition and warns them that they will all die in a terrible mass-casualty accident. After avoiding their foretold deaths, the survivors are killed one by one in bizarre accidents caused by an unseen force creating complicated chains of cause and effect, resembling Rube Goldberg machines in their complexity, and then read omens sent by another unseen entity in order to again avert their deaths.
The series is noteworthy among other films in the horror genre in that the antagonist is not a stereotypical slasher or other physical being, but Death manifested, subtly manipulating circumstances in the environment with a design on claiming anyone who escapes their fated demise.
In addition to the films, a novel series, which includes the novelizations of the first three films, was published throughout 2005 and 2006 by Black Flame. A one-shot comic book titled Final Destination: Sacrifice was released alongside select DVDs of Final Destination 3 in 2006, and a comic book series titled Final Destination: Spring Break was published by Zenescope Entertainment in 2007.
Hey everyone, I have an attempt at fully solving this problem (my final pressure is ##p_f = 5373,64 hPa##, final temp. is ##T_f = 303,15K = 30C##), but this exercise confuses me very much.
First, I have not used the masses in my calculations and I'm pretty sure my prof. accidentally copypasted...
Here is the problem statement along with the figure.
Here, I take the right-ward and anti-clockwise directions to be positive.
After the ball collides with the wall, its angular velocity remains the same and its velocity changes direction while remaining the same in magnitude.
Using the...
a = 9.8*sin(25*pi/180)=>a=4.1417 m/s^2
vf^2=vi^2+2*a*s=>vf=sqrt(0^2+2*4.1417*3)=>vf=4.9850 m/s
Meanwhile the correct answer is:
(vf+vi)/2=>(vf+0)/2=2=>vf=4 m/s
Why is my answer wrong? It seems that the acceleration is what is wrong, but I don't understand why.
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$$ Impulse 1 = F \Delta t_1 $$...
First I found work:
W=(3.85x10^5)(2.45x10^8)
W= 9.43x10^13
Then used that for difference of kinetic energy:
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9.43x10^13 = (22750)v2^2 - 3.386x10^12
9.43x10^13 + 3.386x10^12 = (22750)v2^2
9.77x10^13 = 22750v2^2
9.77x10^13/22750...
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$$ E_i = E_f $$
$$ U_g = K.E_f$$
$$ 2mgh = \frac {1}{2}2mv^2$$
$$ v...
Note: wording is ambiguous so I assumed spring started from equilibrium, in which case it stretches as we go downslope. Final height (at lower point on slope) is 0.
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Hello!
I have done this problem :
vf^2 = (4.0x10^5)^2 + 2(6.0x10^12)(5x10^-3)
so vf= sqrt((4.0x10^5)^2 + 2(6.0x10^12)(5x10^-3))
I get vf = 4.7 x 10^5 m/s
However, the textbook solutions says vf = 8.7x10^5 m/s.
Where did I go wrong?
Thank you for any help! :)
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for the water that cools down
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Problem Statement:
Relevant Formulas:
Attempt to Solve:
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Hi,
K₁cos(θt+φ)=K₁cos(θt)cos(φ)-K₁sin(θt)sin(φ)=K₁K₂cos(θt)-K₁K₃sin(θt)
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