I have a question :
If we consider the change in g due to distance from the earth core; then
y=distance from earth’s core
t=time
G=gravitation constant
M=Earth’s mass
k=GM
$$y^2(t)=\frac{k}{y(t)^2}$$
If we consider air resistive force as proportional to speed squared, then:
m=falling object...
F = qE
ma = (2*10^-6) * (λ / (2pi*r*ε0) )
ma = (2*10^-6) * (4*10^-6 / (2pi*4*ε0) ) => Im not certain what to put for r ( But I sub in 4 because dist is 4)
a = ( (2*10^-6) * (4*10^-6 / (2pi*4*ε0) ) )/ 0.1
a = 0.35950
v^2 = U^2 + 2 a s
v = 0
u^2 = -2 a s => Can't sqrt negative so i...
So, what I did was suppose the mass of ramp is $ M_r$ and let velocity at B of block be v, then, after inellastic collsion both bodies v' velocity
at B ,
$$M\vec{v}= M_r \vec{v'}+ M \vec{v'}$$
or,
$$ \frac{M}{M +M_r} \vec{v}= \vec{v'}$$
Now,
Suppose I take the limit as mass of ramp goes to...
Summary:: Just a simple 3d rigid dynamics question which im trying to solve by placing coordinat system differently from original solution.Everything looks ok but results are different.
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Thats my question.As you see coordinate system was located at...
The first thing I did, was to find the equations for player A (p) and ball's (b) path (for each i and j component I used the equation I wrote in the relevant equations) and then I found the derivative of both equations so I could have the velocity:
$$\vec{r}_p(t)=(6t^2+3t)\hat{i}+20\hat{j}...
the red line is the initial velocity, the grey parabola is the path of the projectile.
hi there...I'm kinda stuck at the part b of this problem. I can do part a with no problem.
can anybody explain to me how to do the differentiation needed to solve part b?? by explain I mean explain the...
I've been attempting to solve this problem for three days now. I have thrown away my old attempts (like, scrumpled up into the bin), but my old attempts involved:
Trying to set up simultaeneous equations relating the journeys between EH and FG to find the deceleration, but the reason why this...
What should I do? Because I have two possibilities. I have ##0=5+at## so ##-5/t =a##. But then I can also say that the acceleration is a negative because it is stopping, so I can write it like ##0=5-kt## and then ##5/t =k##
The first doubt that comes to my mind is "I have to determine the acceleration with respect to what?", because the problem doesn't tell. Then, I have some problems when having to plug the data in the formula of acceleration. ##\vec a_B=0## because the origin isn't accelerated, ##\vec{\dot...
So my problem isn't actually finding the components, but knowing if the initial approach I took is correct. So what I did was:
At first I found that at the same instant, ##x_{B/A}=10500 m## so then I wrote the equation of motion for plane B respect to A:
so $$\vec a_{B/O}- \vec a_{A/O}=\vec...
So what I did was at first consider the case the kid is below the branch, so that x=0,t=0, then I thought that the lenght L of the rope should be ##L=2h## because we know the radius from the branch to the kid is just ##x^2+y^2=r^2## and when x=0, y=h. So then I wrote the motion equations for the...
So I know that ##a_t = \frac{dv}{dt}=-ks## and ##\frac{dv}{dt}=v\frac{dv}{ds}## then: $$v dv=-ks ds \rightarrow (v(s))^2=-ks^2+c$$ and using my initial conditions it follows that: $$(3.6)^2=c \approx 13$$ and $$(1.8)^2=13-5.4k \rightarrow k=1.8 \rightarrow (v(s))^2=13-1.8s$$
What bothers me is...
I tried to workout the problem but I find motion in different coordinates systems a bit weird at the moment, so only thing I could do is realise that the x component of ##\vec r(t)## is: $$vt +x_0$$ but for simplicity we will use the initial condition ##x_0=0## so that ##t_0## is the moment the...
So ##T+U=\frac{1}{2}m(\dot{x}^{2}+\dot{y}^{2})-mgy=constant##. If I derive this with respect to ##t##
$$\dot{x}\ddot{x}+\dot{y}\ddot{y}-g\dot{y}=0$$
Then I use ##\dot{y}=\dot{x}\frac{dy}{dx},\ddot{y}=\ddot{x}\frac{dy}{dx}+\dot{x}^{2}\frac{d^{2}y}{dx^{2}}##
to get...
I've calculated the potential energy at the top of the halfpipe, before the boarder drops in:
PE = 39.5 kg * 9.8 m/s^2 * 3.66 m = 1416 J
Since the boarder would have no potential energy and all kinetic energy at the bottom of the halfpipe,
KE = 1/2mv^2 = 1416 J
1/2 (39.5 kg) (v^2) = 1416 J
So...
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...
Hello. I have just started studying physics. Can someone explain to me how can I type in formulas here using Tex for nicer formatting?
I suppose the force is F = ma.
Question is: what is a?
The starting throw angle is not mentioned, I suppose this task has to be related to gravity. All I know...
To find vx
vx = dx/t = 3.86 m/1.5 s= 2.573 m/s
To find Ek
Ek = ½mvx²= ½(79.4)(2.573)²= 262.8 J
W = FnetΔd
Fnet = 262.8 J/ 3.86 m = 68 N
He hits him with a force of 68N
Hello,
1) Suppose I throw a ball with a force ##F=ma##, the instant it leaves my hand, does it have the same acceleration ##a## added to it accelerations due to "ambient" forces (air resistance, gravity..)?
2) If I am right about 1), doesn't my hand already carry the acceleration/deceleration...
I have a strange question. It's strange because I don't need a correct answer. I need an answer that seems correct and leads to predictable results. I'm making a multiplayer computer game where the players fire cannons in outer space. The cannon shells will move through the gravitational fields...
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I am learning kinematics. Topics include inertia tensors, cosine matrices, quaternions, Euler angles etc... To learn these topics well, I want to try working on something a bit more difficult than just the underlying math. That will probably keep me more motivated.
So, I am looking for...
1. A stone is thrown vertically downwards from the observation deck of the CN Tower, 400 m above the ground, with a velocity of 12 m/s [down].
A) How long will it take the stone to reach the ground ?
B) How fast will it be going when it hits the ground ?
I just got into physics, so I’m not...
Hi, I need help with this problem:
Homework Statement
Condition: an object has to move from point A to point B in the least time possible. The distance between the points is L. The object can accelerate (decelerate) with a fixed acceleration ##a## or move with a constant speed.
What maximum...
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(a) How high...
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Hi, I'm currently taking Chemistry 101 and came across this equation that seems to contradict what I've learned before. I don't know the name of it, but here is the equation and its implication.
Now another equation we have learned is the Arrhenius equation, which is as follows:
If I...
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