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AnthonyC

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I have this practice problem that I juts cannot figure out.

I have my guesses, but I really don't know if I am doing this right.

This is the diagram we are given:

http://www.recklesscaution.com/diagram.jpg

And I am supposed to fill out this table:

]Table[/URL]

So they tell us that the speed is 24 m/s. And the horizontal distance traveled is 62.340m.

So my question is, in order to fill out the table, should I use the distance (62.34m) and divide it by the various times in the table to find the new speed for each table row?

I know the formula for finding Vv is vsin0 (0 being the angle provided).

So should my formula be: (62.340m/3.00s)sin(-30) for example on the last row of the table?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I have my guesses, but I really don't know if I am doing this right.

This is the diagram we are given:

http://www.recklesscaution.com/diagram.jpg

And I am supposed to fill out this table:

]Table[/URL]

So they tell us that the speed is 24 m/s. And the horizontal distance traveled is 62.340m.

So my question is, in order to fill out the table, should I use the distance (62.34m) and divide it by the various times in the table to find the new speed for each table row?

I know the formula for finding Vv is vsin0 (0 being the angle provided).

So should my formula be: (62.340m/3.00s)sin(-30) for example on the last row of the table?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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