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A golfer hits the ball with a speed of 30 m/s. The ball touches the ground on the green 79.5 m away. At what approximate angle did the ball start? Neglect air drag
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A golfer hits the ball with a speed of 30 m/s. The ball touches the ground on the green 79.5 m away. At what approximate angle did the ball start? Neglect air drag
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\[\text{Range}=\frac{v^2\sin{2\theta}}{g}\] You're given range = 79.5 m v = 30 m/s g = acceleration due to gravity.
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A golfer hits the ball with a speed of 30 m/s. The ball touches the ground on the green 79.5 m away. Approximately, how long was the ball in the air? Neglect air drag
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i got that thx what about this
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Um, you just asked the same question again. Did you solve for theta?
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yes and this is not the same question i think
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i got 30
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Oh, sorry I only read the first half. Just a sec.
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I think the formula for airtime is something like \[t=\frac{2v\sin\theta}{g}\] I might be wrong; I haven't taken physics in 3 years.
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Karthik07 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Use the formula: Range=( u^2 sin2x )/ g where x is the angle of projection.
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u velocity, g acc. due to gravity.
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