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1. ### Find the resultant velocity?

... you can form taringles from useing horizontal and verticle lines. Airplane force Verticle force. sin theta = opp / hyp sin 60 = verticle force / 800 [ x...

1 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 24/06/2011

2. ### Application Question?

...2 (7.5) 735 / ( 2 sqrt (31.25) ) dx/dt = 986 kph .................................. velocity of airplane R = arctan (y/x) dR/dt = ( x dy/dt - y dx/dt )) / ( x^2 + y^2 ) ...

1 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 19/11/2011

3. ### quickk calculus question.... 10 points for best answer!!?

... an angle of 25 degrees with the runway from the left if the airplane is facing down the runway (i.e.north). With the 330 runway (runway...

2 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 21/06/2009

... many km did he travel by bus? How far did he travel by airplane. Time spent on bus = x Time spent on plane = 7 - x (Since the...

5 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 20/10/2012

5. ### Stats help? Suppose mens' hts. are normally distributed with mean of 74 cm and a standard deviation of 6 cm.?

...1.645)(6)= x-74 x=(-1.645)(6)+ 74 =64.13 The minimum ceiling of an airplane such that at most 5% of the men walking down the aisle will have to duck...

1 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 17/04/2012

6. ### What does proficient usually equal in percentage?

In what application? A "proficient" airplane pilot is one who safely completes 100% of his/her ...

3 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 02/08/2010

7. ### Math- average speed!?

Distance = Speed * Time D[1] = D[2] D[1] = S[1] * T[1] D[2] = S[2] * T[2] S[1] = 180 S[2] = 300 180 * T[1] = D 300 * T[2] = D D/180 = T[1] D/300 = T[2...

2 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 04/01/2015

8. ### How do i solve this word problem?

you need to determine the x and y components of the motion; I am going to assume that your angles are measured counterclockwise from the positive x axis in the first leg, the bearing is 15 degrees below the negative x axis...

3 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 24/08/2009

9. ### can u answer this math question plz?

Let r = speed of the plane and w = speed of the wind 8(r - w) = 7(r + w) 8r - 8w = 7r + 7w r = 15w r/w = 15/1 The ratio of the speed of the plane to the speed of the wind is 15:1.

1 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 15/05/2011

x(2.5) + (x+60)(2.5) = 1700 5x + 150 = 1700 5x = 1550 x=310 mph the other 370 mph

1 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 02/02/2014