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Homework Help: Physics/mechanics

Posted by charlie on Wednesday, October 1, 2008 at 2:53pm.

I have to do calculations based upon a bow shooting an arrow vertically, and I have to state any assumptions i'm making.

Am I right to cite air resistance as negligible; and that the displacement will start 2m above the ground (not at ground level)? The rest I'm ok with.

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