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chrisridgwell

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## Homework Equations

tan(theta)= V^2/rg

## The Attempt at a Solution

108km/h = 30m/s

(theta)= Tan^-1(900/(100 x g))

im confused as to what g actually stands for

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chrisridgwell

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tan(theta)= V^2/rg

108km/h = 30m/s

(theta)= Tan^-1(900/(100 x g))

im confused as to what g actually stands for

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Doc Al

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im confused as to what g actually stands for

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so the equation should read:

theta= tan^-1(900/(100x9.8))

theta= tan^-1(900/(100x9.8))

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Yes.

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Thankyou very much, im sure i will return

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