03_InstSolManual_PDF_Part10

# 03_InstSolManual_PDF_Part10 - 3-10 Chapter 3 3.27 Set Up...

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Unformatted text preview: / s a rad 5 v 2 R R 5 0.75 m. a rad . R Mars 5 R Earth g Earth g Mars 5 1 74.08 m 2 1 g Earth 0.379 g Earth 2 5 195 m R Earth g Earth 5 R Mars g Mars . Rg 5 v 2 sin 2 u 5 constant, g Mars 5 0.379 g Earth R 5 v 2 sin 2 u g . u S 90.0°. u S R S 45.0°. u 5 45.0° R max 5 v 2 g 5 370 m. u 5 45.0° R max v 2 g 5 R sin 2 u 5 275 m sin 132.0° 5 370 m. 66.0° R 5 v 2 sin 2 u g . 225 m 2 195 m 5 30 m R 5 1 225 m 2 sin 120.0° 5 195 m. u 5 60.0°, v 2 g 5 R sin 2 u 5 225 m sin 90° 5 225 m. 45° R 5 v 2 sin 2 u g . v 5 " R max g 5 "1 1250 m 21 9.80 m / s 2 2 5 111 m / s a 5 45°. R max 5 v 2 g , R 5 v 2 sin 2 u g . 3-10 Chapter 3...
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• Spring '07
• Shoberg
• Sin, Arad, 1 0.75 m, 1 1250 m, 2 195 m

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