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**airplane**a = F1 / M F1 is a force that accelerates the...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/11/2020

Well, if it's actually traveling 325 m/s at 41º N of East, then you have your answer. But if it's HEADED at 41º N of East and getting blown off-course by the wind, then the x- and y- components...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/11/2020

Plane's horizontal velocity, v(h) = 320 cos27 = 285 m/s Plane's vertical velocity, u = 320 sin27 = 145 m/s Time for flare to hit the ground = t s = ut + ½gt² 5780 = 145t + ½(9.81)t² 9.81t² + 290t - 11560 = 0 t = {-290±√[290²-4...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30/10/2020

A B-17 that has been airing out for 50 years.

2 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 28/10/2020

Speed = distance/time It does 2 circumferences in 8 seconds V = 2π(5.6)(2)/8 = 5.6π/2 = 8.8 m/s Tension is the force that causes centripetal acceleration T = m v^2/r = (1.1)(8.8)^2/5.6 = 15.2 N That stuff about lift...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/11/2020

Summer will likely be better than it is right now, but no one knows what restrictions will be in place then.

3 Answers · Travel · 14/11/2020

Nobody can answer your question with 100% certainty all we can say is we hope so.

2 Answers · Travel · 15/11/2020

Distance travelled in 60.0s = average velocity x time = 51.0 x 60.0 = 3060m. Remaining distance = 5000 -3060 = 1940m

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30/10/2020

Because these vectors are perpendicular, we can just use Pythagoras: 1. v = √(230² + 55²) km/h = 236 km/h 2. Θ = arctan(55/230) = 13º E of North

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 28/10/2020

It's fine now. As long as you take precautions

8 Answers · Travel · 13/11/2020