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EGN 1007C–Concepts & Methods Spring 2018 Homework : Design Theory: Practice with Projectile Motion Equations Due date : Per Instruction of your Professor STEM design is based in fundamental engineering and science principles and calculations! Part 1: Do the following problems using the Perfect Homework format. Scan your written work and save as .pdf. Post the .pdf file in Canvas. Problem #1 A stone is thrown straight upward with a speed of 20 m/s. How high does it go? How long does it take to rise to maximum height? Problem #2 ( From the olden days! ) In an ordinary TV set, the electron beam consists of electrons shot horizontally at the TV screen with a speed of about 5 x10 7 m/s. How far does an electron typically fall as it moves approximately 40 cm from
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