13. A student stands at the edge of aGP cliff and throws a stone horizon-tally over the edge with a speedof v 18.0 m/s. The cliff is h =50.0 m above abody of water asshown in Figure P4.13. (a) Whatare the coordinates of the initialhposition of the stone? (b) Whatare the components of the initialvelocity of the stone? (c) What isthe appropriate analysis modelfor the vertical motion of thexstone? (d) What is the appro-priate analysis model for thehorizontal motion of the stone?Figure P4.13(e) Write symbolic equations forthe and y components of thevelocity of the stone as a function of time. (f) Write symbolicequations for the position of the stone as a function of time(g) How long after being released does the stone strike thewater below the cliff? (h) With what speed and angle ofimpact does the stone land?

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13. A student stands at the edge of a
GP cliff and throws a stone horizon-
tally over the edge with a speed
of v 18.0 m/s. The cliff is h =
50.0 m above a
body of water as
shown in Figure P4.13. (a) What
are the coordinates of the initial
h
position of the stone? (b) What
are the components of the initial
velocity of the stone? (c) What is
the appropriate analysis model
for the vertical motion of the
x
stone? (d) What is the appro-
priate analysis model for the
horizontal motion of the stone?
Figure P4.13
(e) Write symbolic equations for
the and y components of the
velocity of the stone as a function of time. (f) Write symbolic
equations for the position of the stone as a function of time
(g) How long after being released does the stone strike the
water below the cliff? (h) With what speed and angle of
impact does the stone land?
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13. A student stands at the edge of a GP cliff and throws a stone horizon- tally over the edge with a speed of v 18.0 m/s. The cliff is h = 50.0 m above a body of water as shown in Figure P4.13. (a) What are the coordinates of the initial h position of the stone? (b) What are the components of the initial velocity of the stone? (c) What is the appropriate analysis model for the vertical motion of the x stone? (d) What is the appro- priate analysis model for the horizontal motion of the stone? Figure P4.13 (e) Write symbolic equations for the and y components of the velocity of the stone as a function of time. (f) Write symbolic equations for the position of the stone as a function of time (g) How long after being released does the stone strike the water below the cliff? (h) With what speed and angle of impact does the stone land?

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Part A:

Co-ordinates of initial position of the stone:

X – coordinate of the initial position = 0 meters

Y – coordinate of the initial position = 50 meters

(x,y) = ( 0, h) = (0 ,50)

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Part  B:

Components of initial velocity of the stone

X- component of velocity Vx = 18 m/s .

Y – component of velocity Vy = 0 m/s.

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Part C:

Since there is no initial vertical velocity for the stone , it is a kind of free fall motion .

Approximate analysis m...

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