aches its highest point of 20 feet above a point 60 feet away from you, how far away from you will the object land? What's the equation the objects height?
I know the first part, but I dont know what the equation would be not given initial velocity.
ion. Given the student weighs 374 kg and wants to travel 15 m/s second in the upward direction fighting gravity. How much power in watts would the propulsion system need to deliver? I just dont know what equations would be appropriate to use or if this problem is even solvable
is filled, the ferris wheel moves around so that the next seat can be filled. Once all seats are filled, the ride begins and lasts for 6 minutes. The height, h m, of Isobel’s seat above the ground t seconds after the ride has begun is given by h=19 sin〖(15t-60)〗+20.5
I dont know how to determine whether to utilise radians or degrees when solving elements of this problem
orresponding angles as a reason? why not, and what can you use?
how am i suppose to know how many steps to have?
whats the difference if i have "m" (measure) before the angle and if i dont have it before the angle? ex. m<4 congruent to m<2
<4 congruent to <2