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I've tried to ask this on the physics section but nobody know how to do it
[itex]a = g(sen\alpha - cos\alpha u) -(\frac{v² u}{R})[/itex]
[itex]V = \sqrt{Vo² + \int 2a.ds}[/itex]
[itex]\alpha = \frac{s}{R}[/itex]
Then, find the function v
[itex]a = g(sen\alpha - cos\alpha u) -(\frac{v² u}{R})[/itex]
[itex]V = \sqrt{Vo² + \int 2a.ds}[/itex]
[itex]\alpha = \frac{s}{R}[/itex]
Then, find the function v