Chapter 04, Concept Question 04 You are to launch a rocket, from just above the ground, with one of the follewing initial velosity veetors: (1) v = 201 + 70j. (2) = -20i + 70. (3) w = 201 – 70j. (4) = -20i - 70j. In yeur csordinate system, x runs along level ground and y ineresses upward. In the following questions, you will need to rank these vectors. I multiple vectors rank equally, use the same rank for each, then exelude the intermediate ranking (i.e, if objects A, B, and C must be ranked, and A and B must both be ranked first, the ranking would be A:1, B:1, C:3). Ir all vectors rank equally, rank esch as '1'. Rank the vectors according to the launch speed of the projectile, greatest first. Vecter i Vector 2 .. V Vector 3.. Vertor 4 . V 1. Greatest launch speed 2. Second greatest launch speed 3. Third greatest launch speed 4. Fourth greatest launch speed Rank the vectors sccording to the time of flight of the projectile, greatest first. Vector Vestor 2.- Vester 3 -. V Vestor 4 -- V 1. Grestest time of fight. 2. Second greatest time of flight. 3. Third greatest time of fight. 4. Fourth greatest time of fight.

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Chapter 04, Concept Question 04
You are to launch a rocket, from just above the ground, with one of the follewing initial velosity veetors: (1) v = 201 + 70j. (2) = -20i + 70. (3) w = 201 – 70j. (4) = -20i - 70j. In yeur csordinate system, x runs along level ground and y ineresses upward.
In the following questions, you will need to rank these vectors. I multiple vectors rank equally, use the same rank for each, then exelude the intermediate ranking (i.e, if objects A, B, and C must be ranked, and A and B must both be ranked first, the ranking would be A:1, B:1, C:3). Ir all vectors rank equally, rank esch as '1'.
Rank the vectors according to the launch speed of the projectile, greatest first.
Vecter i
Vector 2 .. V
Vector 3..
Vertor 4 . V
1. Greatest launch speed
2. Second greatest launch speed
3. Third greatest launch speed
4. Fourth greatest launch speed
Rank the vectors sccording to the time of flight of the projectile, greatest first.
Vector
Vestor 2.-
Vester 3 -. V
Vestor 4 -- V
1. Grestest time of fight.
2. Second greatest time of flight.
3. Third greatest time of fight.
4. Fourth greatest time of fight.
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Chapter 04, Concept Question 04 You are to launch a rocket, from just above the ground, with one of the follewing initial velosity veetors: (1) v = 201 + 70j. (2) = -20i + 70. (3) w = 201 – 70j. (4) = -20i - 70j. In yeur csordinate system, x runs along level ground and y ineresses upward. In the following questions, you will need to rank these vectors. I multiple vectors rank equally, use the same rank for each, then exelude the intermediate ranking (i.e, if objects A, B, and C must be ranked, and A and B must both be ranked first, the ranking would be A:1, B:1, C:3). Ir all vectors rank equally, rank esch as '1'. Rank the vectors according to the launch speed of the projectile, greatest first. Vecter i Vector 2 .. V Vector 3.. Vertor 4 . V 1. Greatest launch speed 2. Second greatest launch speed 3. Third greatest launch speed 4. Fourth greatest launch speed Rank the vectors sccording to the time of flight of the projectile, greatest first. Vector Vestor 2.- Vester 3 -. V Vestor 4 -- V 1. Grestest time of fight. 2. Second greatest time of flight. 3. Third greatest time of fight. 4. Fourth greatest time of fight.

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