anonymous
  • anonymous
Jet d’Eau (water fountain) in Geneva Switzerland. While not the tallest in the world, it is still quite impressive. It projects water into the air at approximately 124 miles per hour and the water is said to reach 460 feet into the air.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
http://go.flvs.net/bbcswebdav/institution/Curr/Courses/Math/Alg%20I/v15/module09/09_07a_b_b.htm
anonymous
  • anonymous
so? what to do? :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
IDK lol

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anonymous
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nice.. xD
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anonymous
  • anonymous
lol why
anonymous
  • anonymous
for posing such a 'question'.. maybe u wanna be a GK book :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
hahah I rlly needed help
anonymous
  • anonymous
need*
anonymous
  • anonymous
which help? server needs username and password^^
anonymous
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first ? i asked
anonymous
  • anonymous
what did u ask?
anonymous
  • anonymous
need to find similar statistics (speed and estimated height) for another tall fountain in the world so you can determine how long you expect its water to stay in the air and whether or not the height that is indicated matches your parabola. While conducting your research, also make note of the name of the fountain (if any) and where it is located (city, country). Possible search phrase: World Highest Fountains.
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh.. it can be done by basic physics formulae
anonymous
  • anonymous
IDK how to do that though
anonymous
  • anonymous
nice..
anonymous
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um yup ig

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