Sort by

- Relevance
- |Time

20m = (

**v**_o_sin35°)(159m/**v**_o_) - (4.90 m/s)(159m/**v**_o_) 20 = 159*sin35° - 4.9*159/**v**_o_ 4.9*159/**v**_o_ = 159*sin35° - 20 multiply**v**_o_ on both sides: 4.9*159 = (159*sin35° - 20)***v**_o_ divide 159*sin35° - 20 on both sides:**v**_o_ = 4.9*159/(159*sin35° - 20)1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 29/02/2008

E = 1/2 m

**v**^2 divide both sides by 1/2 m 2E/m =**v**^2 swap sides...and m are both positive, so you can take the square root of both sides:**v**= √(2E/m) Then plug in your numbers:**v**= √(2...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 15/11/2011

**V**= V0 sin 2 π f t, where**V**=26V at t= 6.5 ms**V**= 26sin (2 π 60* 6.5e-3) = 16.57**V**(Note that the angles...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 29/11/2011

1)

**v**= u + at u = 0 at time t so ignore it.**v**= at t =**v**/ a t =**v**/ (4 -**v**^2) 2) x = ut + 1/2at^2 (u =0...sqrt(2)t - vt sqrt(x) = (sqrt(2) -**v**)t sqrt(x) / t = sqrt(2) -**v**sqrt(2) - (sqrt(x) / t) =**v**I think.. Just make sure...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 20/06/2008

|Z| = |

**V**|/|I| |**V**| = 3 |I| = 39.439√2 Here is where there...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 24/05/2013

**V**(=1500)=kQ/r ------- (1) E(=10^5)=kQ/r^2--------(2) (1)÷(2)**V**/E=r therefore r=1500/10^5=1.5*10^(-2)m=1.5cm the electric potential at distance...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05/10/2011

**V**= I x R 115 = 6.5 x R (rearranging the equation) R =**V**/I = 115/6.5 = 17.6923 Ohms (to 4 decimal places) ...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 07/03/2007

...a projection of the length of A onto the direction of the unit vector B.

**V**is a vector, and can be written as a linear combination of 3 ...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/12/2007

a. q = C x

**V**We have**V**given that**V**=18V...5788x10^-10)x18 = 6.441984x10^-9 C b. W = 0.5 x q x**V**or W = 0.5xCxV^2 or W = q^2 / 2C...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/10/2011

... for the stone to climb from height A to height B we use the formula

**V**/2=**V**-g*t which means**V**=2*g*t (where g is the gravitational...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 13/02/2010