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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING SPECHIALIZED SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS COORDINATOR: PROF. DR. FAROUK ELBARKI LECTURER :DR. SAAD ELSAFI ALL DEPARTMENTS COURSE : MECHANICS 2 (DYNAMICS) COURSE NO. : MP104 SPRING 2009 2 ND .SEMESTER QUIZ ( 2 ) / LEC 2- SEC 1 NAME: PROG NO. : SEC: GROUP: ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION : A particle moves along a parabolic path whose equation is : x = 18 – 2y 2 , where x , y are in meters . If the vertical motion of the particle is defined by : 0 y = , s / m 4 y 0 = , m 3 0 y - = , determine : a ) the parametric equations of the path. b) the position , the velocity, and the acceleration at ( . sec 4 3 t = )
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SPECHIALIZED SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS COORDINATOR: PROF. DR. FAROUK ELBARKI LECTURER :DR. SAAD ELSAFI ALL DEPARTMENTS COURSE : MECHANICS 2 (DYNAMICS) COURSE NO. : MP104 SPRING 2009 2 ND .SEMESTER QUIZ ( 2 ) / LEC 2- SEC 2 NAME: PROG NO. : SEC: GROUP: ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION : A particle moves along a parabolic path whose equation is : x = 18 – 2y 2 , where x , y are in meters . If the vertical motion of the particle is defined by : 0 y = , s / m 4 y 0 = , s / m 3 y 0 - = , determine : a ) the parametric equations of the path. b) the position , the velocity, and the acceleration when the path intersects the
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