Masteri XProjecti Xb Answer XXMicros XCourse+My Sol XPF Deliver xG Compu Xphysics XQTest 1: XXCopenvellum.ecollege.com/course.html?courseld-15556209&HepID=44e3b7c894f3115fe1da5c7df24c569c#10001AP Human Geogra...C My Scholarship Mat..69Watch Romantic Do...BigFuture-Get Rea...G Google APIASFAppsEarn Points | Schola...Succeed in Florida...My CoursesHomework 3 (Chapter 3)Course HomePractice Problem 3.042 of 5SyllabusReviewScoresNow let's consider a projectile problem in which the initial velocity isspecified in terms of a magnitude and an angle. Suppose a home-runbaseball is hit with an initial speed vo= 37.0 m/s at an initial angle0053.1°. (a) Find the ball's position, and the magnitude and directionof its velocity, when t 2.00 s. (b) Find the time the ball reaches thehighest point of its flight, and find its height h at that point. (c) Find thehorizontal range R (the horizontal distance from the starting point to thepoint where the ball hits the ground)In fact, the range of a batted ball is substantially greater (on the order of 10 m for ahome-run ball) in Denver than in Pittsburgh because the density of air is almost 20%lower in DenverPearson eTextStudy AreaPart A - Practice ProblemDocument SharingIf the ball could continue to travel below its original level (through an appropriatelyshaped hole in the ground), then negative values of y corresponding to times greaterthan 6.04 s would be possible. Compute the -component of the ball's position 7.90s after the start of its flight.User SettingsFigure1 of 1Course ToolsExpress your answer in metersy (m)Vo 37.0m/sBνα ΑΣφ?h-?Voym>x (m)x R-?t2= ?O VoxRequest AnswerSubmitPPearsonCopyright 2019 Pearson Education Inc. All rights reserved. | Terms of UsePrivacy Policy Permissions | Contact Us

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Homework 3 (Chapter 3)
Course Home
Practice Problem 3.04
2 of 5
Syllabus
Review
Scores
Now let's consider a projectile problem in which the initial velocity is
specified in terms of a magnitude and an angle. Suppose a home-run
baseball is hit with an initial speed vo= 37.0 m/s at an initial angle
0053.1°. (a) Find the ball's position, and the magnitude and direction
of its velocity, when t 2.00 s. (b) Find the time the ball reaches the
highest point of its flight, and find its height h at that point. (c) Find the
horizontal range R (the horizontal distance from the starting point to the
point where the ball hits the ground)
In fact, the range of a batted ball is substantially greater (on the order of 10 m for a
home-run ball) in Denver than in Pittsburgh because the density of air is almost 20%
lower in Denver
Pearson eText
Study Area
Part A - Practice Problem
Document Sharing
If the ball could continue to travel below its original level (through an appropriately
shaped hole in the ground), then negative values of y corresponding to times greater
than 6.04 s would be possible. Compute the -component of the ball's position 7.90
s after the start of its flight.
User Settings
Figure
1 of 1
Course Tools
Express your answer in meters
y (m)
Vo 37.0m/s
Bνα ΑΣφ
?
h-?
Voy
m
>x (m)
x R-?
t2= ?
O Vox
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Masteri X Projecti X b Answer X X Micros X Course + My Sol X PF Deliver x G Compu X physics X QTest 1: X X C openvellum.ecollege.com/course.html?courseld-15556209&HepID=44e3b7c894f3115fe1da5c7df24c569c#10001 AP Human Geogra... C My Scholarship Mat.. 69Watch Romantic Do... BigFuture-Get Rea... G Google APIASF Apps Earn Points | Schola... Succeed in Florida... My Courses Homework 3 (Chapter 3) Course Home Practice Problem 3.04 2 of 5 Syllabus Review Scores Now let's consider a projectile problem in which the initial velocity is specified in terms of a magnitude and an angle. Suppose a home-run baseball is hit with an initial speed vo= 37.0 m/s at an initial angle 0053.1°. (a) Find the ball's position, and the magnitude and direction of its velocity, when t 2.00 s. (b) Find the time the ball reaches the highest point of its flight, and find its height h at that point. (c) Find the horizontal range R (the horizontal distance from the starting point to the point where the ball hits the ground) In fact, the range of a batted ball is substantially greater (on the order of 10 m for a home-run ball) in Denver than in Pittsburgh because the density of air is almost 20% lower in Denver Pearson eText Study Area Part A - Practice Problem Document Sharing If the ball could continue to travel below its original level (through an appropriately shaped hole in the ground), then negative values of y corresponding to times greater than 6.04 s would be possible. Compute the -component of the ball's position 7.90 s after the start of its flight. User Settings Figure 1 of 1 Course Tools Express your answer in meters y (m) Vo 37.0m/s Bνα ΑΣφ ? h-? Voy m >x (m) x R-? t2= ? O Vox Request Answer Submit PPearson Copyright 2019 Pearson Education Inc. All rights reserved. | Terms of Use Privacy Policy Permissions | Contact Us

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