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Unformatted text preview: Why? • How will the actual range of a car differ from the ideal range? Why? • Reports and discusses the results of implementing the solution and/or the estimated parameters from the measurements CONCLUSION • State conclusions and provide recommendations • You should refer to the information in the appendix within the main body of your memo. Appendix: Use PHYS-218 knowledge to • Determine the ideal takeoff speed v in terms of given parameters (see Fig.1) • Determine the ideal range (horizontal distance D) your car will travel after takeoff in terms of given parameters (see Fig.1)- Ignore air resistance and energy losses due to friction- Provide detailed calculations of the ideal takeoff speed v and the ideal range....
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- Spring '09
- Automobile, Tire, Professor Yifeng Ren ENGR, Professor Michael Moreno, Spencer Montgomery Group