A skydiver who jumps out of a plane that has a forward velocity of 40 m/s. That means that the skydiver has a forward velocity of 40m/s. Ignore the air resistance.
What difference is there between the downward velocities of the skydiver who jumped out of the helicopter (with no forward velocity) and the one who jumped out of a plane (with a forward velocity of 40 m/s?
A skydiver jumps out of a hovering helicopter, so there is no forward velocity. Use this information to answer questions 1 to 9. Ignore wind resistance for this exercise. What is the skydiver's acceleration?
What difference is there between the downward velocities of the skydiver who jumped out of the helicopter (with no forward velocity) and the one who jumped out of a plane (with a forward velocity of 40 m/s)?
A skydiver jumps out of a plane and reaches her terminal speed of 120 mph after falling for 15 s. How fast will the skydiver be going 12.4 s later at the moment she pulls the ripcord? (The parachute hasn't deployed yet)
A skydiver [m=95kg] jumps out of an airplane and opens her parachute 45 seconds later. After another 15 seconds, the skydiver begins to descend gently at a constant speed of 7.8m/s. Draw a freebody diagram of the skydiver just
A 71 kg skydiver jumps out of a plane at an altitude of 1370m. She reaches terminal velocity of 68m/s. She opens the parachute at an altitude of 328m, and lands with a speed of 2.8m/s. a)How much (negative) work is done by air
A skydiver of mass 81.5 kg jumps from a slow-moving aircraft and reaches a terminal speed of 54.9 m/s. (a) What is her acceleration when her speed is 30.0 m/s? (b) What is the drag force on the skydiver when her speed is 54.9 m/s?