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Physics Cone Problem

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Renner Brown

on 20 February 2014

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Transcript of Physics Cone Problem

the problem
objective: find the velocity of a particle when it reaches the bottom of the cone. Explain all of the physics.
Solving for initial velocity
going into the cone
since the initial velocity in the x direction is 1.059m/s the y velocity will equal 0

vix=1.059
viy=0


Conclusion
Physics Cone Problem
by Renner Brown, Alaina van Pelt, Rae Crowe
we have been given the mass, the coefficient of friction, height, and radius of the cone.
before the particle enters the cone, it is going around a vertical wall circling the top of the cone.

cp=m*((v^2)/r)

cp*μμμμμμμμμmu=9.81

v=1.059 m/s



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