In Newton’s Laws we calculated the motion of each object (the rocket, for example) as if it were a single small particle. Many objects, however, are ‘extended’ objects: they take up more than a single point in space. Examples are a baseball bat, a meter stick, and a pop bottle rocket, which, for example, can be one to two feet ...
The turbulent wake contributes to the overall drag on the rocket. for an excellent, in-depth discussion of drag and related topics, see the following website: http://www.grc...
STUDENT WORKSHEETS: Sample Page from Interactive Atmosphere Simulator, Student Procedure, and Graph Paper Understanding about Science & Technology Earth Science 1. Air Density vs. Altitude Variation of atmospheric density with altitude
Mathematics 1. Parachute Lab Graphing; rate of fall; line shape
Tasks for the rocket teams
Tasks for the rocket teams. december 1, 2004. make a project plan, includes; tasks with: title; description; begin/end dates; people assigned to the task
... green. This part of the rocket should be green. Write in some calculations which would be green. This part of the rocket should be red. Write in some calculations which would be red. If the calculation is correct, colour it green. If it is incorrect [wrong] colour it red.
70 – 30 = 100
rocket equations. m = meter. kg = kilogram. sqrt[x] = square root of x. g 0 = acceleration due to gravity at earths surface
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