| 1821 - 425 pages
...will <£10O. purchase ? 2i "~~ xx I 2 2. Solve the equation 1 = — i 1 x 2 and of the two expressions **3. With what velocity must a body be projected from...What is the present value of the compound interest of** £10O. to be received five years hence? 5. Compare the angular velocity of the earth at its mean distance,... | |
| Mechanical problems - 1828
...velocities, strike the horizontal plane at the same point. Determine the height of the tower. * 22. **With what velocity must a body be. projected from...ground at a distance from the foot of the tower equal** to half its height ? 23. A person at a given distance (a) from the bottom of a vertical line, projects... | |
| James Hann - 1848 - 325 pages
...velocities », f '. Required their distauce when half the time in which they would meet is elapsed. 2. **With what velocity must a body be projected from a...ground at a distance from the foot of the tower, equal** to half the height of the tower ? 9. A body, projected at an angle of 15° to the horizon, ranges 100... | |
| Alfred Wrigley - 1852
...horizon, fell in n seconds at a distance of a feet from the base ; find the height of the tower. 165. **With what velocity must a body be projected from a...ground at a distance from the foot of the tower equal** to half its height ? 166. A body is projected, from the top of a tower, 200 feet high, with a velocity... | |
| Alfred Wrigley - 1862 - 294 pages
...fell in n seconds at a distance of a feet from the base ; find the height of the tower. Ex. 5. 26. **With what velocity must a body be projected from a...ground at a distance from the foot of the tower equal** to half its height ? 27. A body is projected, from the top of a tower, 200 feet high, with a velocity... | |
| Richard Glazebrook - 1895
...velocity equal to the vertical component of its velocity when it reaches the ground; shew that it reaches **the ground at a distance from the foot of the tower equal** to twice the height of the tower. 9. A particle is projected with a velocity u in a direction making... | |
| Richard Glazebrook - 1895 - 628 pages
...velocity equal to the vertical component of its velocity when it reaches the ground; shew that it reaches **the ground at a distance from the foot of the tower equal** to twice the height of the tower. Q. A particle is projected with a velocity u in a direction making... | |
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