## anonymous one year ago how to solve using calculus?

1. anonymous

2. IrishBoy123

tricky as the problem is trivial calculus - wise do you mean start with F = ma and so $$a = \dfrac{F}{m} \implies v = \frac{F}{m}t + C$$ as $$a = const$$.?? the solution included uses the equations of motion, which can be derived from calculus but are usued, again, because the problems are trivial in that regard. maybe i am missing something

3. anonymous

Try a=g sin theta to find acceleration ....and 2aS=Vf^2 - Vi^2 to find Vf...