Kinematics problem, don't know how to find unknown variables

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Physicsnoob10
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Homework Statement


A rocket is shot straight up with an initial speed at 500 m/s.


Homework Equations


The equations the teacher went over beforehand were

Yf = 1/2 A(T)^2 + Vi(T) + Yi
Vf = A(T) + Vi

The Attempt at a Solution


So far I have

Vf = (-9.8)(T) + 500 m/s
Yf = 4.9T2 + 500T + 0

...and I have no idea how to go about solving for the rest of the unknown variables. It seems like I need T somehow, but I don't know how I can get it from the information given.
 

Answers and Replies

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azizlwl
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What is the question?
 
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Physicsnoob10
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Oh, sorry. Guess I didn't make that clear. You basically just have to find all the variables in the equations.
 
  • #4
azizlwl
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I still do not know what is the question.
If you have a rocket with velocity of 500m/s, you can be anywhere in this universe.
Maybe on any planet.
 

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