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1. footballer player kicks a ball at an angle of 37 degrees from the horizontal with a initial speed of 50 ft/ sec ?

...to reach its highest point Vo = original velocity of ball = 50 ft/ sec . (given) Θ = angle of launch = 37 degrees (given) g...

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 25/06/2009

2. the velocity of sound is -------------m/ sec ?

The velocity of sound is -------------m/ sec ? *) Missing is the necessary medium and the very important temperature. ...

3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 29/02/2012

3. sec Ө= -4; 180 degrees <Ө<240 degrees?

Since sec (theta) is -4, then cos(theta) is -1/4. Find the arc cosine of...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 29/04/2012

4. Units for moment of inertia= in-lb- sec ^2?

I =mass x distance^2 in-lb- sec ^2 is OKAY for moment of inertia in the engineering system...could have been made in incehes to have units in in-lb- sec ^2 In other words g could be in inches per sec ^2 when ...

5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 03/05/2008

5. If an object is thrown with a vertical velocity of 128ft/ sec what time will it take to return?

... earth's gravity) The reason that initial velocity is -128 ft/ sec is that the object goes up some distance, and comes back down the...

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 08/06/2012

6. how do i figure out Km if my is 1/1290.1 ∙ sec ^-1?

sec -1 for normally the units of revolutions per sec . Thus you'll need Radius to find the distance traveled. Distance Traveled (km) = 2 pi Radius * revolutions per sec .

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 08/10/2011

7. Angular velocity (rads/ sec )?

...or w= sqrt(2mgh/.5mr^2) w=2/r sqrt(gh) w=2/ .05 sqrt (9.81 x 2)= w= 177 rad / sec now moment of inertia I=.5m r^2 I=.5 (2) (.05)^2 I=0.025...

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 10/04/2007

8. Expand log( sec x + tan x) =?

...a)^2 f"(a) + 1/3! (x-a)^3 f"'(a) + ... Now set f(x) = log( sec (x) + tan(x)) df/dx = 1/( sec (x) + tan(x)) { sec (x) tan(x) + sec ^2(x)} d^2f/dx^2...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/09/2013

9. How do I convert from cm/ sec to m/ sec squared?

1cm/ sec ^2 * 1m/100cm = 0.01m/ sec ^2 80 cm in 0.50 sec ? what does that mean? that isn t even a question. I ll assume you re looking for the ave velocity if one travels 80 cm in .5s velocity =0.8/.5 = 1.6m/s

3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/11/2009

10. Suzy drops a rock from the roof of her house. Mary sees the rock pass her 5.7 m tall window in 0.186 sec .?

...house. Mary sees the rock pass her 5.7 m tall window in 0.186 sec . From how high above the top of the window was the rock dropped...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 29/10/2012