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Q. At t = 0, an object is projected with a speed v0 = 30 m/s at an angle q0 = 30° above the horizontal. The axes on the diagram show the x and y directions that are to be considered positive.

For parts a-g, calculate the requested quantities at t = 10 s into the flight. ( Use 9.81 m/sec2 for g. )

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a) The vertical acceleration of the object:

ay = m/s2 *

HELP: What force is acting on the object in the vertical direction?

HELP: Is it moving faster or slower as it travels upward?

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b) Its horizontal acceleration:

ax = m/s2 *

0 OK

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c) Its vertical velocity:

vy = m/s *

-83.1 OK

HELP: Use the definition of acceleration.

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d) Its horizontal velocity:

vx = m/s *

25.98 OK

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e) The angle to the horizontal at which the object is traveling (an angle above the horizontal should be reported as a positive number; an angle below the horizontal should be reported as a negative number). Please give your answer in degrees:

angle = ° *

-72.59 OK

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f) Its vertical displacement, from where it started:

y = m *

-340.5 OK

HELP: Look at the equations in your book.

HELP: Look for an equation relating initial velocity, change in position, acceleration, and time. Use your previous answers.

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g) Its horizontal displacement, from where it started:

x = m *

259.8 OK

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h) At what time does the object reach its maximum height?

ty, max = s

2*83.1*sin(72.59)/9.81 NO

I just need some help with part h.

At the max, height final velocity is zero, I know that

I tried using t = v_y/g

and plugging this into

y-yo = v0sintheta*t - 1/2 g* t^2

didn't work!

Pl. Help

For parts a-g, calculate the requested quantities at t = 10 s into the flight. ( Use 9.81 m/sec2 for g. )

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a) The vertical acceleration of the object:

ay = m/s2 *

HELP: What force is acting on the object in the vertical direction?

HELP: Is it moving faster or slower as it travels upward?

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b) Its horizontal acceleration:

ax = m/s2 *

0 OK

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c) Its vertical velocity:

vy = m/s *

-83.1 OK

HELP: Use the definition of acceleration.

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d) Its horizontal velocity:

vx = m/s *

25.98 OK

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e) The angle to the horizontal at which the object is traveling (an angle above the horizontal should be reported as a positive number; an angle below the horizontal should be reported as a negative number). Please give your answer in degrees:

angle = ° *

-72.59 OK

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f) Its vertical displacement, from where it started:

y = m *

-340.5 OK

HELP: Look at the equations in your book.

HELP: Look for an equation relating initial velocity, change in position, acceleration, and time. Use your previous answers.

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g) Its horizontal displacement, from where it started:

x = m *

259.8 OK

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h) At what time does the object reach its maximum height?

ty, max = s

2*83.1*sin(72.59)/9.81 NO

I just need some help with part h.

At the max, height final velocity is zero, I know that

I tried using t = v_y/g

and plugging this into

y-yo = v0sintheta*t - 1/2 g* t^2

didn't work!

Pl. Help