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seidi.yamauti

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At the end of lecture 12, Prof. Walter Lewin asks if the time for an object that is launched from ground zero with an angle != 0 to reach the maximun altitude (point P) is the same as it to land from there to y=0. Considering air drag. Shall we discuss it?

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  1. Diwakar
    • one year ago
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    It will take greater time to descend. Think why it will be so. Notify me if u don't get it .I will explain then.

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