EGR_102_Lab_01B_HW-1

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EGR 102 Introduction to Engineering Modeling Lab 01B Homework A quarterback is about to throw a pass to his wide receiver. He is standing still and is supposed to hit the receiver straight down the field 50 ft away. The path of the football through the air can be calculated using the following equation: ± ²(³´µ ¶) · ¸ ¹ º » ² ¼ ½ ¾¿À ¶ Á  where g = -32.174 ft/s 2 , is the vertical distance of the ball (ft) and ² is the horizontal distance from the quarterback (ft). The quarterback releases the ball with an initial velocity ¼ ½ (ft/s) and at an angle from the horizontal (rad). Build an Excel spreadsheet to implement this equation. If the quarterback first attempts to throw the ball with an initial velocity v 0 = 50 ft/s and at an angle = 40°, calculate and plot the path of the ball from x = 0 to 60 ft, using 5 ft increments. Use proper annotations within the sheet and label your plot appropriately. Your sheet must use both absolute and relative references. Structure your program so that the sheet updates automatically
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