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Unformatted text preview: falls down vertically, and (iii) the typical wind speed b in Brooklyn. (b) The rain falls vertically, but it is aected by the horizontal wind with speed b , so it acquires a resulting speed v and angle . Find reasonable values of v and . (c) Approximate the areas A and A v of your own height/width. Pay attention to the units. (d) Find your personal max . (e) What is your optimal speed? Can you make it to the train at that speed? (f) How wet are you going to get? Use matlab to plot your function n ( u ). Please bring a computer to class next Wednesday!!!...
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