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" Solve the equation 1 = — i 1 x 2 and of the two expressions 3. With what velocity must a body be projected from a tower, in a direction parallel to the horizon, so that it shall strike the ground at a distance from the foot of the tower, equal half... "
New Cambridge Guide; Or, A Description of the University, Town, and County ... - Page 138
1804 - 130 pages
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Cambridge Problems: Being a Collection of the Printed Questions Proposed to ...

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,...
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Mechanical problems, adapted to the course of reading pursued in the ...

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...
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Theoretical and Practical Mechanics: Designed Principally for Practical Men

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...
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A collection of examples in pure and mixed mathematics, with hints and ...

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...
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Collection of Examples and Problems in Pure and Mixed Mathematics: With ...

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...
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Mechanics: Dynamics

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...
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Mechanics: An Elementary Text-book, Theoretical and Practical, for Colleges ...

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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