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I'm trying to understand sports physics and I have a question about an exercise we do at my taekwondo studio. For the line drills, we do something called the frog jump where you jump forward as much as you can with both legs. Everyone swings their arms forward to gain momentum. What does this...
As you all know, a bungee jump is where a person is tied to a cord and the person jumps off and bounces up again.
The natural length of a cord is 75 metres. Then when a person is attached onto the cord, the length becomes 83 metres when the person is at rest. I am sure that the person is not...
Relating to Stratus' thread in this forum, I'm trying to figure out initial velocity of a jump in zero g.
Lets start in 1g. In one g, a person might be able to jump 1m. From this, using : v^2 = u^2 - 2as, we can calc his initial u as 4.45m/s.
Is it a safe assumption that, were an astronaut to...
I am looking for a formula that I can use to find out how high a steel rod or ball will jump up.
If I hit mass M with force F how high will it jump up. If there is a program that would be great.
every thing will be in pounds
So if ball or rod of 10 lbs is hit on the bottem with 14 lbs of force...
From my understanding, at an elementary physics level, the height at which we can jump depends on acceleration due to gravity and the initial velocity when we leave the ground. We can calculate our initial velocity by calculating acceleration and using the distance we bend down before jumping to...
$$R=9.21 m$$
$$Difference = 9.21-8.95$$
$$D=0.26m$$
My question is when do we use the formula for R given above. Because we could have calculated the Rmax by ##R=(v0\cos(\theta))t## and then subtracted R from it to get the answer.
Why the x and y component in the derivation of this (R)formula...
I have 90% of this done. When i looked in my manual i noticed an odd jump they made and i don't get why. that is where i need the help
V1(b1h1) = V1(b2h2)
Im solving for h2.
What i can't figure out is what to use for the base measurement of the cross section of the water. i have no idea how...
Even after writing the label , it is showing that label is not defined, please help!
my program reads...…...
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99 z = b + 2*c*(d - 0.0792079*(e + log((( sqrt(x) + 1.52569)**5.64616)/(((sqrt(x) - 1.26704)**5.93863)*((sqrt(x) - 0.258652)**50.2075)))) - 2 log(x))
zs = g + 2*i*(d - 0.0792079*(e...
I would hope something like this would come in handy: ΔEΔt>h/2π. Mainly because it seems relatively simple, although I'm not really sure what the inequality really means, other than there is a certain uncertainty associated with that pair.
But there are some things that really muddy the waters...
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according to the function we can see that there is a jump at x=e and I know that the value of the function at x=e should be the average between the value of f(x) at this points
my problem is the following
the limit of f(x) at x=e is -infinity and f(e)=1
how can we deal with such...
This video www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5HyMNNSGqQ and the paper it refers to https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-019-1287-z
(available also at : http://qulab.eng.yale.edu/documents/papers/zlatko_paper.pdf )
... talks about how a quantum transition can be monitored and manipulated in real time...
I think Voltmeter's needle will not jump in both situations. But the answer is yes.
I am going to use this to explain why.
The reasons to create the voltage are by
- The changing by time of Magnetic field
- The move of the object in magnetic field
In both situations, they are not occur so I...
In every single question asking about the maximum height you get from jumping in 2 different planets they consider that the speed you leave the ground is constant. Why is that?
Speed would be constant if impulse were constant. Impulse would be constant if both force and time were constants...
Car A has a dead battery and car B gives a jump to it. I connect the positive of battery B to the positive of battery A and the negative of battery B to the body of car A.
1. Am I essentially creating a separate circuit by choosing a different ground than that of battery A? How is the current...
So I just wanted to see if anyone could offer some suggestions. So in my mind this seems impossible, in the case of electric field a jump in time derivative of that field would indicated in my mind that electric charge was either introduced or removed from the system instantaneously which would...
So there are two cases:
a). free fall (straight forward for me)
b). ladder rotating and jumping off in last moment (I am interested in trying to understand this case)
I believe I should take into account momentum at the time the man hits the ground in both cases? The smaller, the better. Or...
I know that it is only an approximation to get an idea, but at times it works quite well (in class we solved the kinetics equation for a PWR reactor (point-reactor model) with MATLAB and then we plotted the solution along with the prompt jump approximation... It was very good).
But I did not...
Here is a picture of these plots from a paper:
When I try to reproduce the 3rd graph above (yellow line below), I get sharp discontinuities:
Those jump discontinuities should not occur, and the function should never rise to the high value of the two other plots. So, what could be the cause...
Summary: Starting on basics of computational learnability, I am missing the key intuition that allows results about finite processes to reference results from the infinite domain.
Snowball:
(a) Hazard brought my attention to a popular article...
Sorry for the poor image... A better picture can be viewed here https://www.dropbox.com/s/uyi01l27vu2fwyw/96.png?dl=0
I don't understand the assumption in the red box...
If I don't ignore the atmospheric pressure, F_1 = integrate from 0 to h_1 (ρg(h_1-z)+p_a)dz = 1/2 ρgh_1^2 + p_a*h_1, similarly...
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I have a homework where the question is "How high will person jump on Mars?" Homework Equations
v2 = 2.amars.h1
V2 = 2.g.h2
The Attempt at a Solution
I know everything to solve it. I can solve it by h1 / h2 . In this created equation the only unknown is h1...
Hello PF,
I'm looking for physics and math insights that will help me set up and solve a diff. eqn. for the height of a jump from a spring platform. The problem requires a bit of setup explanation, because it appears simple at first, but then, not so simple.
First consider a person standing...
Hi friends, I'm just thinking, in some video games, the characters have a double jump mechanical. What's the physics concepts behind this? I mean, it's really possible explain it? I saw a brazilian video about science in games in which the author talks about air resistance. It's a curious...
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Suppose your three friends and you are on a square shaped raft. You all have jumped mutually perpendicularly into the river from the raft at velocity 2m/s at the same time. What will be the velocity of the center of mass of the raft?
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Maybe,the law of...
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I used Pythagorean theorem to find the length of the ramp (25^2+18^2 = √949) and found the angle of elevation using tangent (Tanθ=18/25) but then got stuck on what formula to use.
is Mutation /evolution as a result of quantum jump?
and is it possible that the collapse of the quantum state alters the nucleotide sequence of the genome of some creatures.
thank you ! <mentor moved the thread from Biology to Quantum Physics>
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Is there a relationship between head acceleration and jump height say for a 5 foot 2 inches boy weighing 120 lb?
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I think there is a relationship between body acceleration into the floor before jumping, but wondering if there is...
Hi, I have some confusion about the jump conditions for an electric field across an interface between two materials with different properties. In general, we have the two jump conditions across an interface:
n.(ɛE)+ - n.(ɛE)- = σ...
1. A certain type of atom has only four energy levels, as shown in the diagram. The "spectral lines" produces by this element are all visible, except for one infrared line. The quantum jump that produces the infrared line is:
(see attached file)
A) state 4 to 3.B) state 4 to 1.C) state 2 to 1...
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Problem is given in this image,
https://gyazo.com/454370ff9549dcd7c53604ebfe5df105
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Continuity or conservation of mass equation:
\frac{\partial u}{\partial x} + \frac{\partial w}{\partial z} = 0
Where u is the horizontal velocity and w is the vertical...
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A physics professor did daredevil stunts in his spare time. His last stunt was an attempt to jump across a river on a motorcycle. The takeoff ramp was inclined at 53 degrees, the river was 40 m. wide and the far bank was 15 m lower than the top of the ramp. The river itself...
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So I know the formula of kinetic energy (mv^2 divided by 2). And I have a mass of 50 kg and a speed of 1 m/s will that mean I online need 25 Joules to make that jump?
Hello everybody.
I have a Markowian homogeneous random walk. Given the transition matrix of the chain, I know that
##P[ X(t) = i | X(t-1) = j ] ≡ P_{j→i}=T_{ij}##
where ##T## is the transition matrix and ##X(t)## is the position of the walker...
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If a high jumper can clear a 2m bar on Earth, how high is the bar he can clear on the moon assuming it is done under the same conditions as on the Earth. Acceleration due to gravity on the moon is 1.7 m/s^2.
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GPE = mgh
The Attempt at a Solution
I set mgh...
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Ok, relatively simple question here, but I have a newb doubt...
"A basketball player with a mass of 112kg can jump 0.92 m into the air during a slam dunk competition. Calculate the force that pulls the player back towards the floor."
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## \vec f = m \vec...
1. Ut will bungee jump from the golden gate bridge. The height that she will jump from is 65 meters. The rope pulls her up 8 meters above the water. If UT's weight is 63 kg, how far will the rubber rope pull her upwards, if there's no loss to friction or air resistance?
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What i mean is how much force would a person let's say 160lbs have to kick the air it be propelled upwards?
This is all based around the double jump idea from games... Air is a gas and gases have resistance so it makes scene if you could put enough force into a spot you should be able to be...
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http://www.brighthubengineering.com/hydraulics-civil-engineering/55054-open-channel-flow-basics-hydraulic-jump-calculations/
In th earlier part of this notes , i was told that the The hydraulic jump is an abrupt transition to subcritical from supercritical flow.
but , in...
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I need to find how to find the optimum angle for take off on the ski flying hill using projectile motion. and why?
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I'm just confused, because would I just use all the formulas above to solve the problem? or do I have to...
I have been reading Reynolds's space opera Redemption Ark. In it, the villain Skade attempts to have her ship make a "state 4" jump, meaning jump to a faster-than-light speed. At the heart of the jump is a machinery that creates and contains a state 4 quantum vacuum. A state 4 vacuum is...
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The question is stated here, though I'm happy to repost but they include a picture. I should say this is not homework, I'm doing problems for practice.
http://web.mit.edu/2.25/www/5_pdf/5_04.pdf
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Conservation of momentum/mass
The Attempt at a Solution...
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After winning a prize on a game show, a 72 kg contestant jumps for joy.
A.
If the jump results in an upward speed of 2.1 m/s, what is the impulse experienced by the contestant?
b. 0.0
c. 75.6 kg.m/s
d. 151.2 kg.m/s
e. 226.8 kg.m/s
B.
Before the jump, the floor exerts an...
Two girls are standing on a bridge over a river. One girl falls freely and the other ties a rope to her legs. Both jump at the same time from the bridge. The length of the rope is more than the vertical distance between the bridge and the river so that the rope never becomes taut till she...
If I get a pack of 1,000 jump rings (for jewelry), and the bag costs me $8, how much is EACH jump ring? is it 8 divided by 1,000, which is .008 cents per ring, or is this .008 dollars, and I move the decimal spaces two to the left to get cents? I m a bit confused... Thanks!
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The current world-record motorcycle jump is 77.0 m,
set by Jason Renie. Assume that he left the take-off ramp at
12.0º to the horizontal and that the take-off and landing
heights are the same. Neglecting air drag, determine his take-off
speed
Homework Equations
R =...
Hi Community,
I have this question and I would like to run thru my theory on working it out.
So my approach is to work out the scaling of the jump on Earth and calculate it for the moon by the following.
\frac{x}{2.35}=\frac{1.6m/s^2}{9.8m/s^2} solve for...