• How do you say 'loved' and 'I love him' in Tagalog?

    I need both of the translations
    I need both of the translations
    5 answers · Languages · 1 decade ago
  • Is this problem impossible to solve using kinematics equation?

    I don't see how we can solve it: Car A is traveling east on a straight, level freeway at a speed of 24.0 m/s, and it passes car B, which is initially at rest. At the moment when car A passes it, car B begins to accelerate eastward at a constant rate of 1.37 m/s2. At that same moment, car A begins to slow at a constant rate of 0.58 m/s2. How much... show more
    I don't see how we can solve it: Car A is traveling east on a straight, level freeway at a speed of 24.0 m/s, and it passes car B, which is initially at rest. At the moment when car A passes it, car B begins to accelerate eastward at a constant rate of 1.37 m/s2. At that same moment, car A begins to slow at a constant rate of 0.58 m/s2. How much faster is car B going than car A at the moment when B passes A? Seriously, I spent lot's of time looking at different ways to solve it. I got even more confused each time.
    1 answer · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • I can't make it out. Help!!!!?

    A man at a height of 6m drops a ball which hits a bear on the ground. The velocity of the ball just before hitting the bear was more than 10m/s. What is the color of the bear?
    A man at a height of 6m drops a ball which hits a bear on the ground. The velocity of the ball just before hitting the bear was more than 10m/s. What is the color of the bear?
    2 answers · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • Kinematics physics questions?

    A police car at rest, passed by a speeder traveling at a constant 110 km/h, takes off in hot pursuit. The police officer catches up to the speeder in 700 m, maintaining a constant acceleration. a) Calculate the required police car acceleration. b) Calculate the speed of the police car at the overtaking point. A car is behind a truck going 25... show more
    A police car at rest, passed by a speeder traveling at a constant 110 km/h, takes off in hot pursuit. The police officer catches up to the speeder in 700 m, maintaining a constant acceleration. a) Calculate the required police car acceleration. b) Calculate the speed of the police car at the overtaking point. A car is behind a truck going 25 m/s on the highway. The driver looks for an opportunity to pass, guessing that his car can accelerates at 1.0 m/s^2, and he gauges that he has to cover the 20 m length of the truck, plus 10 m clear room at the rear of the truck and 10 m more at the front of it. In the oncoming lane, he sees a car approaching, probably also traveling at 25 m/s. He estimates that the car is about 400 m away. Should he attempt the pass? Details and explain.
    3 answers · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • Physics problem. Final part!!?

    http://img220.imageshack.us/img220/7432/... Let's see who can solve this one. Personally I found it very hard, but I think I got it.
    http://img220.imageshack.us/img220/7432/... Let's see who can solve this one. Personally I found it very hard, but I think I got it.
    1 answer · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • Collision in two dimensions!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?

    After a completely inelastic collision, two objects of the same mass and same initial speed move away together at half their initial speed. Find the angle between the initial velocities of the objects.
    After a completely inelastic collision, two objects of the same mass and same initial speed move away together at half their initial speed. Find the angle between the initial velocities of the objects.
    1 answer · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • Wat formulas should i use with this incline?

    A block (mass m1) lying on a frictionless inclined plane is connected to a mass m2 by a massless cord passing over a pulley. A) determine a formula for the acceleration of the system of the two blocks in terms of m1, m2, Θ and g. b) what conditions apply to masses m1 and m2 for the acceleration to be in one direction (say, m1 down the... show more
    A block (mass m1) lying on a frictionless inclined plane is connected to a mass m2 by a massless cord passing over a pulley. A) determine a formula for the acceleration of the system of the two blocks in terms of m1, m2, Θ and g. b) what conditions apply to masses m1 and m2 for the acceleration to be in one direction (say, m1 down the plane), or in the opposite direction?
    2 answers · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • Projectile motion - about baseball

    A batter hits a fly ball which leaves the bat 0.90 m above the ground at an angle of 61 degrees with an initial speed of 26 m/s heading toward centerfield. Ignore air resistance. The ball is caught by the centerfielder who, starting at a distance of 1005 m from home plate, runs straight toward home plate at a constant speed and makes the catch at... show more
    A batter hits a fly ball which leaves the bat 0.90 m above the ground at an angle of 61 degrees with an initial speed of 26 m/s heading toward centerfield. Ignore air resistance. The ball is caught by the centerfielder who, starting at a distance of 1005 m from home plate, runs straight toward home plate at a constant speed and makes the catch at ground level. Find his speed
    2 answers · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • How to calculate the velocity of a spring loaded projectile

    My problem is this. I would like to propel a foam nerf type football that is a little under 2" in diameter and weighs 1.0 oz out of a plastic tube to a velocity of 275 feet per second. I am trying to size a compression spring that will power this. Ideally the spring would have an outer diameter of 1.94" so it will be guided by the inside of the... show more
    My problem is this. I would like to propel a foam nerf type football that is a little under 2" in diameter and weighs 1.0 oz out of a plastic tube to a velocity of 275 feet per second. I am trying to size a compression spring that will power this. Ideally the spring would have an outer diameter of 1.94" so it will be guided by the inside of the tube. The spring would be compressed then released to propel the nerf. If I can calculate the required spring rate I could then size the spring wire diameter, length and coils required. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
    4 answers · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • To start an avalanche on a mountain slope, an artillery shell is fired with an initial velocity of 300mm/s?

    To start an avalanche on a mountain slope, an artillery shell is fired with an initial velocity of 300meter per seconds at 55 degrees above the horizontal. It explodes on the mountain side 42 seconds after firing. What are the x and y coordinatesof the shell where it explodes, relative to its firing point?
    To start an avalanche on a mountain slope, an artillery shell is fired with an initial velocity of 300meter per seconds at 55 degrees above the horizontal. It explodes on the mountain side 42 seconds after firing. What are the x and y coordinatesof the shell where it explodes, relative to its firing point?
    3 answers · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • Help on physics collision problem finding degrees and speed given initial degrees and speed?

    In a pool game, the cue ball, which has an initial speed of 6.0 m/s, make an elastic collision with the eight ball, which is initially at rest. After the collision, the eight ball moves at an angle of 25° to the original direction of the cue ball. (a) Find the direction of motion of the cue ball after the collision. _____° (from the original... show more
    In a pool game, the cue ball, which has an initial speed of 6.0 m/s, make an elastic collision with the eight ball, which is initially at rest. After the collision, the eight ball moves at an angle of 25° to the original direction of the cue ball. (a) Find the direction of motion of the cue ball after the collision. _____° (from the original line of motion) (b) Find the speed of each ball. Assume that the balls have equal mass. _____m/s (cue ball) _____m/s (eight ball) 6 8.P.085.
    2 answers · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • Tough puzzle?

    A few minutes after a banker dropped off his son at a day care, a fire broke out. The son was trapped in a back room while the workers and all the other children escaped. When the firefighters arrived, one of them quickly looked at all of the children who had escaped and exclaimed, "My son is still in there – must go in and get him out!"... show more
    A few minutes after a banker dropped off his son at a day care, a fire broke out. The son was trapped in a back room while the workers and all the other children escaped. When the firefighters arrived, one of them quickly looked at all of the children who had escaped and exclaimed, "My son is still in there – must go in and get him out!" How is this possible?
    10 answers · Mathematics · 1 decade ago
  • Equilibrium problem need help?

    One end of a uniform meter stick is placed against a vertical wall. The other end is held by a lightweight cord that makes an angle theta with the stick. The coefficient of static friction between the end of the meter stick and the wall is 0.39 1) Let the angle between the cord and the stick is theta = 16 degrees. A block of the same weight as... show more
    One end of a uniform meter stick is placed against a vertical wall. The other end is held by a lightweight cord that makes an angle theta with the stick. The coefficient of static friction between the end of the meter stick and the wall is 0.39 1) Let the angle between the cord and the stick is theta = 16 degrees. A block of the same weight as the meter stick is suspended from the stick, as shown, at a distance x from the wall. What is the minimum value of x for which the stick will remain in equilibrium? 2) When theta = 16 degrees, how large must the coefficient of static friction be so that the block can be attached 13 cm from the left end of the stick without causing it to slip? http://session.masteringphysics.com/prob...
    2 answers · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • Physiscs: Finding Power/Distance From Kinetic Energy...HELP???

    The initial kinetic energy imparted to a 0.0170 kg bullet is 1478 J. (a) Assuming it accelerated down a 1.00 m long rifle barrel, estimate the average power delivered to it during the firing. ______kW (b) Neglecting air resistance, find the range of this projectile when it is fired at an angle such that the range equals the maximum height... show more
    The initial kinetic energy imparted to a 0.0170 kg bullet is 1478 J. (a) Assuming it accelerated down a 1.00 m long rifle barrel, estimate the average power delivered to it during the firing. ______kW (b) Neglecting air resistance, find the range of this projectile when it is fired at an angle such that the range equals the maximum height attained. ______km THANK YOU
    2 answers · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • Is this correct? (Forces problem) Can someone check my steps?

    "A 0.50 kg skateboard is at rest on a rough, level floor on which two lines have been drawn 1.0 m apart. A constant horizontal force is applied to the skateboard at the beginning of the interval, and is removed at the end. The skateboard takes 8.5 s to travel the 1.0 m distance, and it then coasts for another 1.25 m before coming to rest.... show more
    "A 0.50 kg skateboard is at rest on a rough, level floor on which two lines have been drawn 1.0 m apart. A constant horizontal force is applied to the skateboard at the beginning of the interval, and is removed at the end. The skateboard takes 8.5 s to travel the 1.0 m distance, and it then coasts for another 1.25 m before coming to rest. Calculate the force applied to the skateboard, and also the constant frictional force opposing its motion." Here's what I did: there's two intervals 1) d=1 m, constant velocity 2)d=1.25 m, "coasting" so negative acceleration I found Fnetx equations for both, plugged 2) into 1) and got Fapp= -ma. I found "a" by finding constant velocity of 1) and using it as V1 in 2). a= - 0055319 it seemed pretty straightforward but in the end I got some crazy number, Fapp=Ff= 0.0028 N. did i do this right? it just seems like an odd number to get. please don't go to the trouble of typing out a complete answer. can someone just look for holes in my process? holey moley physics! HOLEY PHYSICS BATMAN
    2 answers · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • Physics help please?

    A large water tank, open at the top, has a small hole in the bottom. When the water level is 30 m above the bottom of the tank, the speed of the water leaking from the hole: A. is 2.5 m/s B. is 24 m/s C. is 44 m/s D. cannot be calculated unless the area of the hole is given E. cannot be calculated unless the areas of the... show more
    A large water tank, open at the top, has a small hole in the bottom. When the water level is 30 m above the bottom of the tank, the speed of the water leaking from the hole: A. is 2.5 m/s B. is 24 m/s C. is 44 m/s D. cannot be calculated unless the area of the hole is given E. cannot be calculated unless the areas of the hole and tank are given
    5 answers · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • I can't figure out this calculus problem!!?

    Two points, A and B, are 275 ft apart. At a given instant, a balloon is released at B and rises vertically at a constant rate of 2.5 ft/sec, and, at the same instant, a cat starts running from A to B at a constant rate of 5 ft/sec. a.After 40 seconds, is the distance between the cat and the balloon decreasing or increasing? At what... show more
    Two points, A and B, are 275 ft apart. At a given instant, a balloon is released at B and rises vertically at a constant rate of 2.5 ft/sec, and, at the same instant, a cat starts running from A to B at a constant rate of 5 ft/sec. a.After 40 seconds, is the distance between the cat and the balloon decreasing or increasing? At what rate? b.Describe what is happening to the distance between the cat and the balloon at t= 50 seconds.
    3 answers · Mathematics · 1 decade ago