Alright everybody, I REALLY need help on this and I only have a limited time. So I took a video of a model rocket and using the video analysis software, Tracker, I have a graph of position vs. time. Now I don't know calculus yet (only in pre-calc as of now), so the derivation of the graph wont work for me. How can I calculate the acceleration of this rocket, and then, based on that acceleration, use SUVAT equations to find the maximum height. I used an Estes C6-5 engine and the rocket has a mass of 0.0598kg (59.8g). I've also attached a picture of the graph.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Model rocket question (MY LAST RESORT) (and this is NOT a homework question)

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