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silverxx

  • 8 months ago

projectile motion

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  1. theEric
    • 8 months ago
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    Can you draw a picture? I'm not sure that I understand the situation.

  2. theEric
    • 8 months ago
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    Is that the exact wording of the question?

  3. silverxx
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    yes thats it =)

  4. theEric
    • 8 months ago
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    "a bomb is released at an angle 32 and hit a target 8m" So, the bomb is dropped from a moving object. What does it mean by a target 8m? 8m away? 8m off of the ground? How high is the bomb when released? Is the bomb projected? Or just dropped? There doesn't seem to be good context clues in the problem, for me.

  5. silverxx
    • 8 months ago
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    i guess..

  6. silverxx
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    ?

  7. theEric
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    So, the target is 8m below, and 95 ft away? That question that you posted is the exact wording?

  8. silverxx
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    yes.

  9. theEric
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    That's rough....

  10. theEric
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    So it's this? That really can't be.... Unless the target got closer pretty fast. And the velocity you drop it at depends on the velocity of the target.|dw:1398216400144:dw| If it's shot out of a cannon or something....|dw:1398216670963:dw|But where does the 8 meters come in? I'm sorry, this is a very poorly worded question.

  11. theEric
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    I don't think I can help, because I don't understand the situation, sorry. I think there is great ambiguity in that question. All questions I've seen have been precise.

  12. silverxx
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    its okay @theEric at least you've tried to help me.

  13. silverxx
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    Thank you =)

  14. silverxx
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    ahm one more problem? its about kinematics.

  15. theEric
    • 8 months ago
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    I'm sorry I couldn't do anything to help... It's very ambiguous. The significance of the 8 meters and the location of the bomb.... Sure! Ask in another post, to keep it organized, please! I can help if I understand...

  16. silverxx
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    thanks =)

  17. theEric
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    Np.

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