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Table should have left side Injection angle (degrees), right side Range (R). The injection angle will go from 0 to 90 degrees in steps of two degrees.

Problem = I do not know Excel! Can someone help me on this?

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You must first change the angle to degrees, there is a function in excel that will do this for you. Next, you would enter the equation for range into the appropriate cell in column B.f

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Table should have left side Injection angle (degrees), right side Range (R). The injection angle will go from 0 to 90 degrees in steps of two degrees.

Problem = I do not know Excel! Can someone help me on this?

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I tried this as well and am receiving a lot of negative numbers which can't be right.

V=10

G=10 m/s^2

In column A I numbered each row 0 to 90 increments of 2.

Then in column B programmed the following formula =10*2*SIN(2*A4)... A4 is the cell number value which = 4 in this case

Then the next row I had it take the value of B and divide it by 10^2 since G=10

Please advise

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I tried this as well and am receiving a lot of negative numbers which can't be right.

V=10

G=10 m/s^2

In column A I numbered each row 0 to 90 increments of 2.

Then in column B programmed the following formula =10*2*SIN(2*A4)... A4 is the cell number value which = 4 in this case

Then the next row I had it take the value of B and divide it by 10^2 since G=10

Please advise

Be careful!

Excel calculates angles in radians!

You must change to degrees first.. there is a function in excel that does this, but my the life of me I cannot remember :uhh:

1 sec .. .

//

Jerry Hester to the rescue once again (his tutorials really have been invaluable)

http://phoenix.phys.clemson.edu/tutorials/excel/trig.html

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Okay that makes sense, but how do I do it when I have an equation such as

V02sin(2Theta)

V02sin(2Theta)

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Okay that makes sense, but how do I do it when I have an equation such as

V02sin(2Theta)

Not 100% here, so you may want to check with a calculator .. .

[tex] V_o 2*\sin {(RADIANS(2*\theta)) [/tex]

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now how do I apply inExcel??

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