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4 items are filed under this topic.    Page1/1            Vectors 2019-09-06 From Kayla:Hi! Due to time constraint issues, we skipped vectors in Pre-Calc last year. However, I'm attempting to complete my AP Physics summer homework and there are 3 problems with vectors. As I explained, I have no idea even where to begin and as such I need some help. Problem 1: A plane flying at 90° at 45 m/s is blown toward 0° at 62 m/s by a strong wind. Find the plane's resultant velocity. I have tried all sorts of online calculators but none are providing me with a formula I can use to solve this problem on my own. Problem 2: If you walk 367 m North and 785 m West what is your total displacement from your original location? What is the problem asking for when it says displacement? Problem 3: A plane travels on a heading of 127.0° at a velocity of 25 km/hr. What are the horizontal and vertical components of the plane's velocity? As you know already, I have never done vectors so I don't know what horizontal and vertical components of velocity are. Thank you So Much for your help!! I am struggling!! - KaylaAnswered by Penny Nom.     Pouring a foundation 2015-11-27 From Lisa:Hi im building a house 30ft long 18 ft wide I would like to pour a foundation of 6 inches deep. How much sand, cement , 1/2" gravel do i need.Answered by Penny Nom.     A graph with 100 vertices 2007-10-24 From amarjeet:let g be a graph with 100 vertices numbered 1 to 100. Two vertices i and j are adjacent only if i-j=8 or i-j=12. The number of connected components in g are: 1. 8 2. 12 3. 4 4. 25Answered by Penny Nom and Victoria West.     The force of a 5000 tonne lorry 2004-10-27 From Aaron:A 50 tonne lorry is parked on a slope with a gradient of 4%. Due to the self weight of the lorry, what is the force * acting down the slope * acting normal (at right angles) to the slope Answered by Penny Nom.      Page1/1    Math Central is supported by the University of Regina and The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.    about math central :: site map :: links :: notre site français