A 1kg ball is thrown upwards with a launch speed of 10m/s. Assume air resistance is a constant force of 2.5N. How much nonmechanical energy is generated from launch to the maximum height reached by the ball

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A 1kg ball is thrown upwards with a launch speed of 10m/s. Assume air resistance is a constant force of 2.5N. How much nonmechanical energy is generated from launch to the maximum height reached by the ball

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|dw:1327065330013:dw|here you first find out the height reached by ball acceleration due to gravity is 10 in the downward direction an addition of 2.5m/s^2 acts in the downward direction so add them both as they say air resitance is a contant force apply equation v^2-u^2=2as to find max ht energy=work done (capability) work done=F.s find it!
as they say non-mechanical energy we say work done by air resistance as mechanical energy=k.e+p.e
is the max height 4? because for the final answer i got 50, but thats wrong...

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OHHHH
UGH, nevermind, i messed up my calculations in the calculator, im really tired. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
.04m
one more thing, so air is non mechanical energy? and huh? i did w=fdcos =2.5 x 4 = 10 ?
ya dont worry abt cos@ as angle here is 180 ie w=2.5*0.04*-1
why did you change it to .04? because i used 4 and that got me the right answer?
ya ya in metres that is right
ohhh okay, thanks soo much! seriously!
omg... if youre still there, what is non mechanical energy and how did you know air resistance was it?

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