Sunday
April 20, 2014

Homework Help: Physics

Posted by Marissa on Friday, August 31, 2012 at 6:47am.

Two arrows are shot vertically upward. The second arrow is shot after the first one, but while the first is still on its way up. The initial speeds are such that both arrows reach their maximum heights at the same instant, although these heights are different. Suppose that the initial speed of the first arrow is 34.7 m/s and that the second arrow is fired 1.55 s after the first. Determine the initial speed of the second arrow.

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

physics - Two arrows are shot vertically upward. The second arrow is shot after ...
physics - Two arrows are shot vertically upward. The second arrow is shot after ...
Physics - Three arrows are shot at different angles. A red arrow is shot at ...
physics - An arrow is short vertically upward with an initial speed of 25m/s. ...
physics - An arrow is shot verticaaly upward. Two seconds later, it is at a ...
physics - An arrow is shot vertically upward and then 2.15 s later passes the ...
physics - Marie shoots an arrow vertically upward at a sandhill crane. If the ...
physics - Marie shoots an arrow vertically upward at a sandhill crane. If the ...
Physics (Mechanics) - Marie shoots an arrow vertically upward at a sandhill ...
physics - An archer locks a 0.20kg arrow on a bowstring. Then the archer exerts ...

Search
Members