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Im trying to find more information about the following projectile equation:

y = (vi/k)(1-e^-kt))(sin a) + (g/k^2)(1-kt-e^-kt))

I apologize for posting this, but I have been looking high and low for this!

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- Thread starter Matt Jacques
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Im trying to find more information about the following projectile equation:

y = (vi/k)(1-e^-kt))(sin a) + (g/k^2)(1-kt-e^-kt))

I apologize for posting this, but I have been looking high and low for this!

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Tom Mattson

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I don't recognize that equation at all. What physical situation is it supposed to be modeling?

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