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i just need an explanation because I need to understand this before I do a lab and frankly im just very confused right now....
@Data_LG2 @perl @Nnesha Can any of you guys help me?
is there a relationship between the two? @Data_LG2
well it depends, what topic are you on right now?
kinematics... i had to use it for my lab
@Teri_boi @k142 do you know anything that will help?
Does anyone know how they might relate to each other?? I mean i know that they relate somehow but I'm not sure how they relate... if that makes sense...
@iambatman hi batman, when you get on openstudy, could you by any chance look at this question i know you said you liked physics and i'm having a lot of trouble with it.. thanks!!
Sorry, I was gone for a sec. I can use the law of conservation of energy because it is much easier. |dw:1434121407634:dw||dw:1434121546461:dw|
so if height is directly proportional to velocity squared... then height would be relating to velocity... how?
so i could say that velocity is related to height by velocity being directly proportional to the square root of height while velocity squared is related to height by velocity squared being directly proportional to height... right?
Well you can only state one relationship because saying both of them will be kind of redundant since they are the same. I'm not sure what your teacher wants though, so just do what you think is right.
ok thank you so much @Data_LG2 i understand this a lot better now and thank you for the eqautions too!