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You can say that again =P
Hey Rajaa!!!! :D
sorry dont know :(
Move to page 3 for solution. http://www.xtremepapers.com/CIE/International%20A%20And%20AS%20Level/9709%20-%20Mathematics/9709_w02_ms_4.pdf
u couldnt even write it ur so lazy
... Is there a reason this is in math and posted as a question?
The original topic is not a question, and the question itself is Physics.
It's maths. lol. but the topic is Mechanis 1.
It seems like once you know the equation for height given velocity and gravity, the rest of it is basic arithmetic/algebra. Why are you asking? To test the folks?
i tried solving but getting wrong answers from yesterday.
There is a mathematical component, yes, but as the best way to approach this problem is sketching a free body diagram, you've pretty much driven yourself headlong into physics territory. We would appreciate it if you posted the question in the appropriate group, that's all.
it's math @shadow see here: http://www.xtremepapers.com/CIE/International%20A%20And%20AS%20Level/9709%20-%20Mathematics/9709_w02_ms_4.pdf
@gt do u know how to solve?
The A-level definition of maths includes preliminary Physics. I don't really mind if you are genuinely confused, but I've politely asked you to move this question into the Physics group. Please do so.
Now you are aware that we consider mechanics to be filed under physics for the purposes of OpenStudy.
We do have these topics in Physics as well. but this is Math. No talking about OS consideration.. but in referring to our education system.
Do you still need the answer, Saifoo?
come to the phy section please. stuck with (ii)