chp2 problem44 soln

Physics: Principles with Applications

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The acceleration of the stone is the acceleration due to gravity and is a constant. The equation connecting the displacement , the initial velocity , the acceleration , and the time taken is . Re-arrange. Put , , and solve for . Thus, the stone reaches the top of the window with a velocity of 6.48 m/s. To find the height above the top of the window from which the stone fell use the equation connecting the initial velocity
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Unformatted text preview: , the final velocity , the acceleration , and the displacement . Re-arrange Put , , and solve for . Thus, the stone fell from a height of above the top of the window. [1/31/2008 12:14:27 PM]...
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