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Make it go! (Posted on 2005-03-18) Difficulty: 4 of 5
You kick a ball over a flat field. Taking into account gravity, but disregarding everything else like wind, friction, bounces, etc., etc., at what angle should you kick it so the ball lands the farthest away from you? And at what angle should you kick it so the ball makes the longest trajectory before landing?

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  Subject Author Date
guessCarl LeGrand2005-03-30 17:26:03
No Subjectabo3abed2005-03-22 05:59:01
SolutionAbout convergence and the physical meaning of the negative solution.ajosin2005-03-22 05:34:09
re(2): Where am I wrong?Larry2005-03-20 15:00:57
re: Where am I wrong?ajosin2005-03-20 04:17:37
re(2): Proof that the second part needs a numberical solutionajosin2005-03-20 04:04:34
re: Where am I wrong?Hugo2005-03-19 23:23:05
Where am I wrong?Larry2005-03-19 23:03:39
Solutionre: Proof that the second part needs a numberical solutionCharlie2005-03-19 20:43:47
Proof that the second part needs a numberical solutionajosin2005-03-19 14:48:30
solutionjamie2005-03-19 03:03:50
SolutionFirst partTristan2005-03-19 02:51:46
SolutionNumerical Solution of Second PartCharlie2005-03-18 20:52:07
First partOld Original Oskar!2005-03-18 19:59:26
re(2): solutiondan2005-03-18 19:58:27
re: solutionMark2005-03-18 19:40:02
solutiondan2005-03-18 19:27:21
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