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Two stones are thrown simultaneously, one straight upward from the base of a cliff and the other straight downward from the top of the cliff. The height of the cliff is 6.00m. The stones are thrown with the same speed of 9.0m/s. Find the location (above the base of the cliff)...
Imagine that you are using an elevator and - due to some cause - all of the cables supporting it cracked and the brakes were not engaged - the elevator is in a free fall. Now, would it be technically possible to jump in that elevator?
Jumping requires the force of reaction of the ground, this...
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A free falling object of mass "m" falling from some height, collides the floor in speed of 20 m/s (perfectly elastic collision). In his 1/2 height back up he splits into 2 pieces- ¼m which going downward and ¾m keeping upward. The ¼m reaching the floor after ½ second.
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It is recorded that someone has survived a free-fall from an airplane by being lucky enough to land on snow-laden fir trees.
My challenge is this:
Create a mathematical model which describes the forces at play in order to determine the viability of creating a safe and fun 'thrill-seeker'...
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I am doing a simulation of a free-fall lifeboat trajectory into the ocean and there is a part where i need to get the volume of the lifeboat to obtain its buoyancy force.
Buoyancy force is proportional to the immersed volume of the body and this volume can be...
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Q.[/B] A body dropped from a height H above the ground strikes an inclined plane at a height h above the ground. As a result of the impact, the velocity of the body becomes horizontal. The body will take the maximum time to reach the ground if :
(a) ##h=\frac H4## (b)...