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February 7, 2016
Number of results: 14,734

**Physics**

A hot-air balloon is accelerating upward under the influence of two forces, its weight and the buoyant force. For simplicity, consider the weight to be only that of the hot air within the balloon, thus ignoring the balloon fabric and the basket. The hot air inside the balloon ...
*June 23, 2013 by Name*

**Physics**

A hot-air balloon is accelerating upward under the influence of two forces, its weight and the buoyant force. For simplicity, consider the weight to be only that of the hot air within the balloon, thus ignoring the balloon fabric and the basket. The hot air inside the balloon ...
*June 23, 2013 by Name*

**physics**

Hot air balloon A is rising upward a rate of 5.0 m/s. A passenger aboard balloon A observes balloon B rising upward at a relative rate of 7.5 m/s. What is the velocity of balloon B relative to the ground? Assume that up is positive.
*June 15, 2015 by alex*

**physics**

1.A hot air balloon is rising upwards at a constant velocity of 5m.s when the balloon is 100m above the ground, a sandbag is dropped from it. 1.1 what is the magnitude of the acceleration of:a)The hot-air balloon while the sandbag is in it.b)The sandbag the moment is dropped ...
*March 17, 2010 by Tebogo*

**science**

A sandbag falls from a hot air balloon that is rising with a constant velocity of 15m.s 1)What is the acceleration of the bag the moment it fell from the hot air balloon? 2)What is the acceleration of the hot air balloon the moment the sandbag fell from it? 3)What is the ...
*March 1, 2015 by PHYSICS*

**Physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.21 m/s. When the balloon is 2.25 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*January 25, 2007 by Jena*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.95 m/s. When the balloon is 3.30 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*September 14, 2009 by RE*

**Physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.83 m/s. When the balloon is 8.64 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*October 14, 2011 by Nsilo*

**Physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.50 m/s. When the balloon is 3.00 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*February 1, 2012 by James*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.50 m/s. When the balloon is 3.00 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*March 9, 2012 by rachel*

**physics **

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.22 m/s. When the balloon is 7.74 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*September 6, 2012 by colby*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 3.06 m/s. When the balloon is 9.31 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*September 9, 2012 by ray*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 3.93 m/s. When the balloon is 4.91 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*June 14, 2013 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.00 m/s. When the balloon is 3.37 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*June 17, 2013 by louis aaaa*

**Phyics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 4.00 m/s. When the balloon is 4.77 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*September 25, 2013 by Tracy*

**Phyics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 4.00 m/s. When the balloon is 4.77 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*October 20, 2013 by Johnny*

**Physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.20 m/s. When the balloon is 2.50 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*January 24, 2014 by Sam*

**Physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.53 m/s. When the balloon is 5.82 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*September 16, 2014 by Dakkota*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.35 m/s. When the balloon is 2.50 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*September 24, 2014 by Jane*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 3.29 m/s. When the balloon is 3.38 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*August 11, 2015 by james*

**Physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.65 m/s. When the balloon is 3.40 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground?
*October 7, 2015 by DJ*

**Physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.27 m/s. When the balloon is 9.14 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground? I solve for the quadratic and ...
*September 10, 2013 by Shawn*

**Physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising upwards at a constant velocity of 5m.s . When the balloon is 100m above the ground , a sandbag is dropped from it. Will the velocity of the hot-air balloon increase , decrease or remain the same immediately after the sandbag has been released ? ...
*April 25, 2013 by Lesiba*

**physics**

a hot air balloon rise above the ground, accelerating upwards at a rate of 2 m/s^2. The total mass of the hot air balloon and it occupants is 400kg. the density of the air is 1.3 kg/m^3. a) Determine the volume if the hot air balloon. b) if this acceleration is maintained for ...
*September 1, 2010 by Mikey*

**Physical science**

On a perfect day, you are hovering at low altitude in a hot-air balloon, accelerated neither upward or downward. The total wieght of the balloon, including its load and the hot air in it is 20,000N. Show that the volume of the displaced air is 1700 m3 (Hint:Buoyancy in a Gas)
*February 24, 2008 by Rachel*

**Hot-air balloon**

A hot-air balloon is 180 ft above the ground when a motorcycle passes directly beneath it (travelling in a straight line on a horizontal road) going at a constant speed of 60 ft/s. If the balloon is rising vertically at a rate of 15 ft/s, what is the rate of change of the ...
*March 15, 2011 by Jake*

**Math**

A projectile is launched upward from the ground at an initial velocity of 400 feet per second. During it’s upward flight, the projectile passes a hot air balloon floating at a constant height of 2400 feet. How many seconds later will the projectile pass the hot air balloon ...
*December 31, 2015 by Sunny*

**physics**

On a perfect fall day, you are hovering at low altitude in a hot-air balloon, accelerated neither upward nor downward. The total weight of the balloon, including its load and the hot air in it, is 24000 N. Find the weight of the displaced air. Find the volume of the displaced ...
*March 28, 2012 by Kristie*

**physics**

On a perfect fall day, you are hovering at low altitude in a hot-air balloon, accelerated neither upward nor downward. The total weight of the balloon, including its load and the hot air in it, is 24000 N. Find the weight of the displaced air. Find the volume of the displaced ...
*March 29, 2012 by Jim*

**PHYSICS**

Several people are riding in a hot-air balloon. The combined mass of the people and balloon is 308 kg. The balloon is motionless in the air, because the downward-acting weight of the people and balloon is balanced by an upward-acting 'buoyant' force. If the buoyant force ...
*September 23, 2010 by Sarah*

**physics**

Several people are riding in a hot-air balloon. The combined mass of the people and balloon is 310 kg. The balloon is motionless in the air, because the downward-acting weight of the people and balloon is balanced by an upward-acting “buoyant” force. If the buoyant force ...
*January 4, 2011 by Anonymous*

**physics**

Several people are riding in a hot-air balloon. The combined mass of the people and balloon is 328 kg. The balloon is motionless in the air, because the downward-acting weight of the people and balloon is balanced by an upward-acting 'buoyant' force. If the buoyant force ...
*October 4, 2012 by Donald*

**physics**

Several people are riding in a hot-air balloon. The combined mass of the people and balloon is 284 kg. The balloon is motionless in the air, because the downward-acting weight of the people and balloon is balanced by an upward-acting 'buoyant' force. If the buoyant force ...
*September 26, 2013 by Donna*

**physics**

On a perfect fall day, you are hovering at low altitude in a hot-air balloon, accelerated neither upward nor downward. The total weight of the balloon, including its load and the hot air in it, is 24000 N. Find the weight of the displaced air. I got the weight=2.4×10^4 N but ...
*March 31, 2012 by Kristie*

**physics**

On a perfect fall day, you are hovering at low altitude in a hot-air balloon, accelerated neither upward nor downward. The total weight of the balloon, including its load and the hot air in it, is 24000 N. Find the weight of the displaced air. I got the weight=2.4×10^4 N but ...
*April 1, 2012 by Kristie*

**physics**

While riding in a hot air balloon, which is steadily descending at a speed of 1.39 m/s, you accidentally drop your cell phone. (a) After 4.00 s, what is the speed of the cell phone? (b) How far is the cell phone below the balloon after this time? d = m (c) What are your ...
*September 14, 2014 by Anonymous*

**physics**

While riding in a hot air balloon, which is steadily descending at a speed of 1.39 m/s, you accidentally drop your cell phone. (a) After 4.00 s, what is the speed of the cell phone? (b) How far is the cell phone below the balloon after this time? d = m (c) What are your ...
*September 14, 2014 by Dann*

**physics**

On a perfect fall day, you are hovering at low altitude in a hot-air balloon, accelerated neither upward nor downward. The total weight of the balloon, including its load and the hot air in it, is 24000 N. Find the weight of the displaced air. !!I got this: it is 2.4×10^4 N I...
*April 3, 2012 by christy*

**Physics**

A hot air balloon is rising at a constant velocity of 13.3 m/s. When the balloon is at a height of 15 m, a heavy object is dropped overboard. IF air resistance on the object is neglected, how long does it take for it to reach the ground?
*October 4, 2011 by Jessica*

**calculus**

A hot air balloon rising straight up form a level field is tracked by a range finder 500ft from the liftoff point. At the moment the range finders elevation ange is pi/4, the angle is increasing at 0.14 rad/min. How fast is the balloon rising at that moment?
*October 17, 2010 by Denzel*

**Physics(thank you for the help)**

A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.45 m/s. When the balloon is 3.22 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much time elapses before the compass hits the ground? I know that average speed ...
*May 27, 2012 by Hannah*

**Physics**

Hot air balloons float in the air because of the difference in density between cold and hot air. In this problem, you will estimate the minimum temperature the gas inside the balloon needs to be, for it to take off. To do this, use the following variables and make these ...
*July 13, 2011 by Jenny*

**Physics**

A 5.00 x 102 kg hot air balloon takes off from rest at the surface of the earth. The buoyant force lifts the balloon straight up, performing 9.70 x 104 J of work on the balloon. At the instant the balloon's upward speed is 4.08 m/s, the balloon will be ____ m above the surface...
*November 18, 2014 by Help*

**calculus**

A hot air balloon rising vertically is tracked by an observer located 4 miles from the lift-off point. At a certain moment, the angle between the observer's line-of-sight and the horizontal is \frac{\pi}{3} , and it is changing at a rate of 0.1 rad/min. How fast is the balloon...
*March 7, 2014 by MEMO*

**Calc**

2) A hot air balloon rising vertically is being tracked by an observer on the ground, located 60 meters from the take-off point. At a certain instant, the balloon is 30 meters above the ground and the angle of elevation (between the ground and the observer’s sight line) is ...
*October 13, 2014 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A balloonist, riding in the basket of a hot air balloon that is rising vertically with a constant velocity of 10.1 m/s, releases a sandbag when the balloon is 43.4 m above the ground. Neglecting air resistance, what is the bag's speed when it hits the ground? Assume g = 9.80 m...
*March 3, 2010 by Jake*

**Physics**

A balloonist, riding in the basket of a hot air balloon that is rising vertically with a constant velocity of 9.5 m/s, releases a sandbag when the balloon is 44.3 m above the ground. Neglecting air resistance, what is the bag's speed when it hits the ground? Assume g = 9.80 m/...
*September 4, 2012 by Sherry*

**chemistry**

hot-air balloon is filled with air at a volume of 3.64 x 10^3 m^3 at 745 torr at 39C. the air in balloon is heated to 60C, causing balloon to expand to a volume of 4.50x 10^3 m^3. what is the ratio of the number of moles of the air in heated balloon to original number of moles...
*November 15, 2007 by mel*

**Physics**

A coin is dropped from a hot-air balloon that is 325 m above the ground and rising at 12.5 m/s upward. For this problem use a coordinate system in which up is positive. Find the maximum height reached for the coin in meters
*February 15, 2014 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon plus cargo has a mass of 1740 {\rm kg} and a volume of 12030 {\rm m^3}. The balloon is floating at a constant height of 6.25 {\rm m} above the ground. What is the density of the hot air in the balloon?
*January 26, 2012 by Dave*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon plus cargo has a mass of 1740 {\rm kg} and a volume of 12030 {\rm m^3}. The balloon is floating at a constant height of 6.25 {\rm m} above the ground. What is the density of the hot air in the balloon?
*January 26, 2012 by Dave*

**physics**

A helium balloon has a mass of 0.022 kg, which includes both the helium and the balloon itself. On this balloon, there is 0.290 N of buoyant force pushing the balloon upward. If I let go of the balloon, find the balloon's acceleration rate in the upward direction. If we ...
*May 12, 2013 by Nick*

**Geography **

Hot air balloon A is raising upward at a rate of 10.0 m/s. A passenger aboard balloon A observers balloon B going down at a relative rate of 12.5 m/s. What is the velocity of balloon B relative to the group?
*January 19, 2016 by Maricela*

**Math**

A hot air balloon is rising vertically. From a point on level ground 125 ft. from a point on ground level directly under the balloon the angle of elevation of the balloon changes from 19.2 to 31.7. How far does the balloon rise during this period? Draw a diagram when answering...
*November 29, 2012 by Thalia*

**Physics**

A hot air balloon of radius 12 meters has been heated so that the air inside has a density of 1.05 kg/m^3. What can the total load of the balloon be (mass of balloon itself plus cargo) if you need the balloon to accelerate into the air with an acceleration of 4 m/s^2?
*January 2, 2015 by Christina*

**physics31**

1.A man in a hot-air balloon drops an apple at a height of 150m. If the balloon is rising at 15 m/s, find the highest point reached by the apple.
*October 1, 2011 by cedric*

**physics, math**

A hot air balloon with a mass of 18.0 kg is accelerating upward at 1.80 m/s^2 (Anet = 1.80 m/s^2). What is the weight and buoyant force acting on the balloon?
*November 1, 2014 by Sarah*

**Calculus**

A hot air balloon rising vertically is tracked by an observer located 3 miles from the lift-off point. At a certain moment, the angle between the observer's line-of-sight and the horizontal is pi/5 , and it is changing at a rate of 0.1 rad/min. How fast is the balloon rising ...
*October 30, 2011 by Reonea*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon of mass 200 kg is descending vertically with downward acceleration of magnitude 1.2 m/s2. How much mass (ballast) must be thrown out to give the balloon an upward acceleration of magnitude 1.2 m/s2 (same magnitude but opposite direction)? Assume that the ...
*March 2, 2011 by karim*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon of mass 200 kg is descending vertically with downward acceleration of magnitude 1.2 m/s2. How much mass (ballast) must be thrown out to give the balloon an upward acceleration of magnitude 1.2 m/s2 (same magnitude but opposite direction)? Assume that the ...
*March 2, 2011 by karim*

**Please Help!!!!!!**

a hot air balloon is rising vertically 10 ft/sec while the wind is blowing horizontally 5ft/sec. Find the speed of the balloon and the angle x that it makes with the horizontal. I know that the speed of the balloon is the square root of (10)^2 + (5)^2, but I was wondering if ...
*November 10, 2011 by Ashley*

**physics**

A)You are in a hot air balloon (yes, another balloon problem!) rising from the ground at a constant velocity of 2.50 m/s upward. To celebrate the takeoff, you open a bottle of champagne, expelling the cork with a horizontal velocity of 5.70 m/s relative to the balloon. When ...
*January 31, 2014 by Eleni*

**Physics**

on a perfect fall day you are hovering at rest at low altitude in a hot air balloon the total weight of the balloon including its load and the hot air in it is 15,000N find the volume of the displaced air I have no Idea how to go about this
*February 20, 2015 by Katheryn Boudreaux *

**Math, Please Help!!!**

a hot air balloon is rising vertically 10 ft/sec while the wind is blowing horizontally 5ft/sec. Find the speed of the balloon and the angle x that it makes with the horizontal. I know that the speed of the balloon is the square root of (10)^2 + (5)^2, but I was wondering if ...
*November 10, 2011 by Jenny Star*

**Math, Please Help!!!**

a hot air balloon is rising vertically 10 ft/sec while the wind is blowing horizontally 5ft/sec. Find the speed of the balloon and the angle x that it makes with the horizontal. I know that the speed of the balloon is the square root of (10)^2 + (5)^2, but I was wondering if ...
*November 10, 2011 by BOB*

**science**

You are a maker of hot air balloons and wish to construct a balloon that will lift you and a friend to places unknown. Your standard balloon design is a perfectly spherical, nylon fabric balloon with a small hole on the bottom for the burner that heats the air. Nylon starts to...
*April 11, 2013 by Sahil*

**Physics**

A hot air balloon is traveling vertically upward at a constant speed of 3.9 m/s. When it is 20 m above the ground, a package is released from the balloon. After it is released, for how long is the package in the air? The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s
*October 10, 2011 by Ana *

**calculus**

a hot-air balloon rising srtaight up from level field is tracked by a range finder 5000 feet from the liftoff point. At the moment the range finder's elevation angle is 45 degrees (pie/4 radians), the angle is increasing at the rate of 0.14 radians per minute. how fast is the ...
*December 5, 2009 by marlyn*

**Chemistry**

The total mass that can be lifted by a balloon is given by the difference between the mass of air displaced by the balloon and the mass of the gas inside the balloon. Consider a hot air balloon that approximates a sphere 5.00 m in diameter and contains air heated to 65 C. The ...
*December 14, 2012 by Savannah*

**Chemistry**

The total mass that can be lifted by a balloon is given by the difference between the mass of air displaced by the balloon and the mass of the gas inside the balloon. Consider a hot air balloon that approximates a sphere 5.00 m in diameter and contains air heated to 65 C. The ...
*December 16, 2012 by Savannah*

**Physics :(( help please TT**

You are a maker of hot air balloons and wish to construct a balloon that will lift you and a friend to places unknown. Your standard balloon design is a perfectly spherical, nylon fabric balloon with a small hole on the bottom for the burner that heats the air. Nylon starts to...
*April 12, 2013 by Ian*

**Math**

Charlie is late for the hot-air balloon rally. He stops his car 65 meters from a hot-air balloon already in flight. While Charlie watches the balloon ascend, he tilts his eyes up from 28º until he is watching at an angle of elevation of 66º. Find the vertical distance to the ...
*October 6, 2014 by TeeKay*

**Calculus **

A hot-air balloon is 180 ft above the ground when a motorcycle passes directly beneath it (travelling in a straight line on a horizontal road) going at a constant speed of 60 ft/s. If the balloon is rising vertically at a rate of 15 ft/s, what is the rate of change of the ...
*March 15, 2011 by Jake*

**Algebra**

in that equation I have to solve for x. 5. x^3 + 2x^2 - 9x = 18 in this word problem i have to solve my factoring. 8. Suppose the altitude of a rising hot-air balloon is given by h = 0.04 t2 + 2t, where “t” is the time in seconds after the balloon leaves the ground. How long ...
*March 9, 2009 by Jordan*

**physics**

A hot air balloon is traveling vertically upward at a constant speed of 3.9 m/s. When it is 10 m above the ground, a package is released from the balloon. After it is released, for how long is the package in the air? The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s 2 . Answer in units of
*November 22, 2011 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A hot air balloon is traveling vertically upward at a constant speed of 2.7 m/s. When it is 11 m above the ground, a package is released from the balloon. After it is released, for how long is the package in the air? The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s 2 . Answer in units ...
*November 27, 2014 by jason*

**physics**

A hot air balloon is traveling vertically upward at a constant speed of 2.7 m/s. When it is 11 m above the ground, a package is released from the balloon. After it is released, for how long is the package in the air? The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s 2 . Answer in units ...
*November 27, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Physics HELP**

A hot air balloon is 2.5m above the ground rising at 2m/s. A camera is thrown from the ground at 13m/s. At what height do the camer and balloon meet. Need to know the correct formulas and how to insert the data. Stuck on this question for homework.
*September 18, 2011 by john*

**Calculus**

A hot air balloon is 150 ft above the ground when a motorcycle passes beneath it (traveling in a striaght line on a horizontal road) going 58 ft/sec. If the balloon is rising vertically at a rate of 10 ft/sec, what is the rate of change of the distance between the motorcycle ...
*April 8, 2015 by Linda*

**calc(steps and explanation also)**

A hot air balloon is 150 ft above the ground when a motorcycle passes beneath it (traveling in a striaght line on a horizontal road) going 58 ft/sec. If the balloon is rising vertically at a rate of 10 ft/sec, what is the rate of change of the distance between the motorcycle ...
*April 9, 2015 by Linda*

**geometry**

Hot air balloons require large amounts of both hot air and fabric material. A hot air balloon is spherical with a diameter of 25 feet . a. Does finding the surface area help you determine the amount of the hot air or the fabric material? Explain
*March 3, 2012 by kim*

**calculus**

A hot-air balloon is 150 feet above the ground when a motorcycle passes directly beneath it (traveling in a straight line on a horizontal road). The motorcycle is traveling at 40 mph. If the balloon is rising vertically at a rate of 10 ft/sec, what is the rate of change of the...
*November 13, 2012 by Leigh*

**Physics**

1 A hot-air balloon is rising upwards at a constant velocity of 5m.s When the balloon is 100m above the ground, a sandbag is dropped from it. 1.1 what is the velocity of the sandbag when its displacement is zero. 1.2 Determine the maximum height X, above the ground reached by ...
*January 14, 2015 by unknown*

**physics**

A hot air balloon has just lifted off and is rising at the constant rate of 1.8 m/s. Suddenly, one of the passengers realizes she has left her camera on the ground. A friend picks it up and tosses it straight upward with an initial speed of 11.2 m/s. If the passenger is 2.5 m ...
*September 16, 2010 by jack*

**physics**

There are many ropes keeping a hot air balloon from floating away before a balloon race. One of these ropes is fixed to the ground at a 45° angle. Another is fixed to the ground at a 30° angle. If the hot air balloon is 18 feet off the ground, what is the distance between the ...
*December 17, 2011 by chukwuyem ekufu*

**Physics**

A hot air balloon has just lifted off and is rising at the constant rate of 2.2 m/s. Suddenly one of the passengers realizes she has left her camera on the ground. A friend picks it up and tosses it straight upward with an initial speed of 11.6 m/s. If the passenger is 2.5 m ...
*September 16, 2008 by nick*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon has just lifted off and is rising at the constant rate of 1.51 m/s. Suddenly, one of the passengers realizes she has left her camera on the ground. A friend picks it up and tosses it straight upward with an initial speed of 13.00 m/s. If the passenger is 2.68...
*September 8, 2012 by Nathan*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon has just lifted off and is rising at the constant rate of 1.51 m/s. Suddenly, one of the passengers realizes she has left her camera on the ground. A friend picks it up and tosses it straight upward with an initial speed of 13.00 m/s. If the passenger is 2.68...
*September 8, 2012 by Nathan*

**physics**

A)You are in a hot air balloon rising from the ground at a constant velocity of 2.50 m/s upward. To celebrate the takeoff, you open a bottle of champagne, expelling the cork with a horizontal velocity of 5.70 m/s relative to the balloon. When opened, the bottle is 6.40 m above...
*February 1, 2014 by Eleni*

**physics**

A hot air balloon is traveling vertically upward at a constant speed of 5.3 m/s. When it is 25 m above the ground, a package is released from the balloon. After it is released, for how long is the package in the air? The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s^2. Answer in units of...
*September 9, 2012 by maura*

**Physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising straight up with a speed of 5.4 m/s. A ballast bag is released from rest relative to the balloon when it is 11.2 m above the ground. How much time elapses before the ballast bag hits the ground?
*September 18, 2012 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising straight up with a speed of 6 m/s. A ballast bag is released from rest relative to the balloon at 7 m above the ground. How much time elapses before the ballast bag hits the ground?
*January 31, 2013 by Dee*

**pre cal**

Tamara is flying in a hot air balloon. The hot air balloon is flying at an altitude of 1100 feet. The ground distance to the landing site is 1400 feet. What is Tamara's angle of depression to the landing site? What is the actual distance between the hot air balloon and the ...
*February 6, 2011 by karina*

**Physics**

A hot-air balloon is rising straight up with a speed of 5 m/s. A ballast bag is released from rest relative to the balloon when it is 8.2 m above the ground. How much time elapses before the ballast bag hits the ground? I don't get what equations or what values to use for this...
*September 10, 2010 by Jerry*

**Chemistry**

A hot air balloon is filled with 1.39 × 106 L of an ideal gas on a cool morning (11 °C). The air is heated to 105 °C. What is the volume of the air in the balloon after it is heated? Assume that none of the gas escapes from the balloon.
*October 16, 2012 by Bill*

**Chemistry**

A hot air balloon is filled with 1.23 × 106 L of an ideal gas on a cool morning (11 °C). The air is heated to 121 °C. What is the volume of the air in the balloon after it is heated? Assume that none of the gas escapes from the balloon.
*October 7, 2014 by Josh*

**Chemistry**

A hot air balloon is filled with 1.31 × 106 L of an ideal gas on a cool morning (11 °C). The air is heated to 129 °C. What is the volume of the air in the balloon after it is heated? Assume that none of the gas escapes from the balloon.
*October 14, 2014 by Brianna*

**Chemistry**

A hot air balloon has a volume of 5.00x10^6 liters. Assuming a density of air of 1.293g/L at 25C and 1atm pressure, what temperature must the operator of the balloon achieve in order for the balloon to lift a 500.0kg payload? How do I set this up???????
*March 18, 2015 by Emily *

**physics**

A typical volume of a modern hot air balloon is 2500 cubic metres, and a typical maximum temperature of the hot air is 120 degrees Celsius. Given these figures, and an outside air temperature and density of 15 \(^{\circ}C\) and 1.225 \(kg/m^3\) respectively, compute the ...
*March 27, 2014 by Nick*

**aeronautics**

A typical volume of a modern hot air balloon is 2500 cubic metres, and a typical maximum temperature of the hot air is 120 degrees Celsius. Given these figures, and an outside air temperature and density of 15 ∘C and 1.225 kg/m3 respectively, compute the maximum mass (in...
*June 8, 2015 by nina Johnson*