37 metres and 43'' I dont quite get.
I get a value of -410.36 instead of 37 metres
With the time part , I went (e-2) x 60 (remembering these units were initially in minutes)= which gave me approximately 8 seconds
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37 metres and 43'' I dont quite get.
I get a value of -410.36 instead of 37 metres
With the time part , I went (e-2) x 60 (remembering these units were initially in minutes)= which gave me approximately 8 seconds
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^^^ Don't worry I sorted it out , with my scientific calculator I needed to type 'e1' for it to read it as 'e'
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I get it now, the initial conditions set , if you want to treat the top of the building as the origin, t=0, v=25, g=10, x=0.
All good
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Yea - I noticed in your 1st post: x = -120 instead of 0.
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Can someone please help me with this question?? I'm really bad at reasoning with geometry!
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Similar Triangles. Circular Geo.
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a)
In triangles DEG and DFC:
- angle EDG = angle FDC (same angle)
- DE/DF = DG/DC = 1/2
.: triangles DEG and DFC are similar. (pair of sides proportional and included angles equal)
.: angle DGE = angle DCF (corresp angles of similar triangles)
But these are corresponding angles
.: EG // FC (and .: AC)
b)
angle ABC (= angle EBG) = Angle ACB (AB = AC)
But angle DGE (= angle BGE) = angle ACB
.: for triangle EBG, angle EBG = angle BGE
.: EB = EG
Now EG/FC = DE/DF = 1/2
.: FC = 2 x EG = 2 x EB
QED
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