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CoCoOster
2006-02-03 14:01:42

Thank you Ricky!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! up

CoCoOster
2006-02-03 13:59:48

Thank you, but I understand it now. I reread the directions, and it all make ssense now. But thfunny thing is, I am not in Calculus, I am only in Algebra 1! roflol

Ricky
2006-02-03 13:19:31

Sounds like your doing calculus.

Vertical motion model is just that, you want a mathimatical model of where an object will be, how fast it will be traveling, and how fast it will be accelerating, when it is falling, or possibly being propelled (although that is quite complex).

What exactly do you want to know?

CoCoOster
2006-02-03 13:03:06

Can anyone please explain the verical motion model?

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