Lets define the given and thanks to question 3.37 we know the initial velocity function.
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m = 75 000; beta = 640 * 10 ^ 6;
vi = 6 * 1000 3600
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fs[x_] := beta * x3 ;
Treating the system as a particle, we can sum the forces in t
Using the derived equations on the homework paper and the initial conditions, since we are starting at
the origin. Then with trial and error one can find that you can only integrate to t=6.86s which is the time
it takes to cross the stream.
Parameters = c
Exam II
ME2023: Introduction to Dynamics
Spring 2015
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Exam II
ME2023: Introduction to Dynamics
Spring 2016
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Each student is allowed an 8.5 5.5 inch equation sheet.
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Bold is used to denote vector quantities.
calculators without an internet connection may be used.
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Exam I
ME2023: Introduction to Dynamics
Fall 2015
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Each student is allowed an 8.5 5.5 inch equation sheet.
Complete ALL problems.
Bold is used to denote vector quantities.
calculators without an internet connection may be used.
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