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...the values given to get the ideal

**speed**Vi: = sqrt (90 * 9.8 * tan(15)) = 15.m/s = (15. / 1000) / (1 / 3600) = 54km/hr**For**part (b), we**need**to factor in the frictional force Ff as ...2 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 19/11/2012

In aerodynamics it is simply called air flow, and it's characterized by its velocity. No special scientific term. Term "wind" is more related to meteorology and weather.

8 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 07/06/2009

...centripetal force (mvÂ² / r) So .. Î¼.mg = mvÂ² / r .. .. v = max

**speed****for**the max grip (Î¼.mg) v = âˆš(rÎ¼g) .. .. .. âˆš(84.0m x 0.42 x 9.80) .. .. â–ºv(max) = 18...1 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 11/11/2011

a = (v2 - v1) / t t = (v2 - v1) / a v2 = 21.9m/s v1 = 8.7m/s a = 3m/s2 so t = (21.9 - 8.7) / 3 t = 4.4s Hope this helps.

3 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 13/12/2010

Hi, gorgeous! Unit of

**speed**= Unit of length / Unit of time Therefore, the only units**for****speed**from your list are: meters/sec cm/sec miles/hour km/minute Hope this helps! :)3 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 16/09/2012

...something wrong. Let's anaylse the answer to this problem: units

**for****speed**: m/s units**for**: sqrt(ugr) sqrt(m/sÂ² m) - the coefficient has...2 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 25/01/2009

...term we use. To be more specific you

**need**to define the the object in motion as well...this may seem fast, however; now apply this**speed**in relation to the International... out of fuel it can sustain this**for**as long as it can generate lift. ...4 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 24/07/2009

question is based on constant

**speed**formula**for**distance(d),**speed**(V) and time(t). d = (V)(t) Let's say...1 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 08/03/2012

... = 0.07â€¢112kgâ€¢9.8m/sÂ² = 76.8 N

**For**tackle, Ff = 0.1â€¢50kgâ€¢9.8m/sÂ² = 49 ...39;s forward motion. Therefore Hunter**needs**to exert F = 125.8 N (assumes the...1 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 27/01/2011

... and, in doing that, understand the physics. average

**speed**V = distance traveled S divided by the time T...4 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 29/03/2011

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