B is the answer to this question. To solve this, you need to do the following processes: The first thing is you need to find VOY. Then, you need to look for T. Look for YMAX, and you will get the...Read More

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4 seconds-it will still take 4 seconds to fall 78.4 meters
use the equation y = 0.5 g t2 and substitute -9.8 m/s/s for g. the vertical displacement must then be subtracted from the initial height...Read More

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A and B hit the ground at the same time.

If two objects are dropped from the same height with only the force of gravity acting upon them, the acceleration of their descent is an equal -9.8...Read More

If two objects are dropped from the same height with only the force of gravity acting upon them, the acceleration of their descent is an equal -9.8...Read More

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Constant velocity

In projectile motion the x and y components are considered independently. Therefore even though acceleration due to the force of gravity is present vertically,...Read More

In projectile motion the x and y components are considered independently. Therefore even though acceleration due to the force of gravity is present vertically,...Read More

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An interesting and sometimes fun way to learn physics involves relating physics problems to the real world. In the case of finding projectile motion one can apply a real life scenario of someone...Read More

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It will take 4 seconds to fall 78.4 meters Use the equation y = 0.5 g t2 and substitute -9.8 m/s/s for g. The vertical displacement must then be subtracted from the initial...Read More

It will take 4 seconds to fall 78.4 meters Use the equation y = 0.5 g t2 and substitute -9.8 m/s/s for g. The vertical displacement must then be subtracted from the initial...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is false. This question would appear on a physics exam for a physics class and could also be apart of an SAT test. The illustration provided helps us solve the...Read More

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86.6m/s

Using trig function - you need to the vertcal compoent which is the opposite side i.e. 100sin60

Using trig function - you need to the vertcal compoent which is the opposite side i.e. 100sin60

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30.4 m.s-1

Acceleration (a) of a projectile is the same as the force of gravity, 9.8m.s-2. A rule to remember is that when an object is slowing down, the acceleration is in the opposite...Read More

Acceleration (a) of a projectile is the same as the force of gravity, 9.8m.s-2. A rule to remember is that when an object is slowing down, the acceleration is in the opposite...Read More

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The ball’s velocity increases, and the distance the ball falls in one second increases

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4 seconds

It will still take 4 seconds to fall 78.4 meters Use the equation y = 0.5 g t2 and substitute -9.8 m/s/s for g. The vertical displacement must then be subtracted from the...Read More

It will still take 4 seconds to fall 78.4 meters Use the equation y = 0.5 g t2 and substitute -9.8 m/s/s for g. The vertical displacement must then be subtracted from the...Read More

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233 views-9.8m/s^2 I think is the correct answer. no matter the object is in the upward or downward direction it will always have constant acceleration due to gravity -9.8m/s^2.

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Using the time independent suvat equation - v^2 = u^2 +2as s= vsquared/2a

Using the time independent suvat equation - v^2 = u^2 +2as s= vsquared/2a

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