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**m**=**k**/ w^2 where,**k**= 45 and w = 7(from the given equation, hence**m**= 45 /49 = 0.92 kg b) period T...7 = 0.9 sec (nearly) c) maximum speed**V**=**A**w = 5.9 x 7 = 41.3**m**/sec d) maximum...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 26/10/2009

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**k**/2, -2.5+**v**/2) Now we can plug this into the equation y=sx+b where we know**m**' and have**a**point (x*,y*): [-2.5 +**v**/2] = (4-**k**)/(5+**v**) * [2+**k**/2] + b b = -2.5 +**v**/2 - (4-**k**)*(2+**k**/2)/(5+**v**) b = -2.5 +**v**/2 - (8...1 Answers · Education & Reference · 29/03/2013

F = q

**v**x B = 1.6 x 10^-19 ( v1 i + v2 j + v3**k**) x ( B1 i + B2 j + B3...x 10^5 i - 3.92 x 10^5 j -13.5 x 10^5**k**) multiply out to get the components2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 01/12/2012

ma = mg -kv^2

**m**dv/dt = mg - kv^2**m**dv/dt = (**k**/**m**) [mg/**k**-**v**^2 ] Let**k**/**m**=**a**, mg/**k**= b^2 dv/ (b^2-**a**^2) =**a**dt. dv/dt =**v*** dv/ds since**v**= ds...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12/01/2011

...ω = √( k / m ) and the equation of the motion is y = - Acos(√( k / m )*t) v = A *√( k / m )*sin(√( k / m )*t) a = A *( k / m )*cos(√( k / m )*t) and F = a * m F...

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**a**plant, forming**a**slit of variable width that allows movement of...) ... and you've got**K M V**X left over...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 29/03/2012

**K**= 1/2m ***v**^2 therefore**m**=31,**v**=21 1/2m = 15.5kg,**v**^2 = 441**K**= 15.5*441 = 6835.5J2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 22/11/2009

Iterate over each edge in the graph (that's the O(

**m**) part), for each one, adjoin it to**a**(initially empty) set of weight values you have seen so far (that's the O(log**k**) part because of what I explain next). By checking after each set...1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 25/10/2010

**a**acceleratio b breadth c speed of light d distance e charge... force g acceleration due to gravity h height**k**constant l length**m**mass n number o p momentum q Q charge r radius s distance t time u initial velocity**v**final velocity w weight x unknown y unknown z5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 19/06/2009

... = 1.616 m /s D) Θ = arccos[.05/0.2] = 75.52°; v = Vmax*sinΘ = 1.565 m /s E) amax = k * A / m = 13.07 m /s²

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