Physics, What is the maximum height above sea level reached by the rocks?
o Volcanoes on the Earth eject rocks at speeds of up to 250 m/s. Consider a 1250 m high volcano which ejects rocks in all directions. What is the maximum height above sea level reached by the rocks?
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x is maximum when velocity is 0
v final = v initial + at
0 = 250 - 9.81 t
t = 25.484 s
x final = x initial + v initial t + 0.5at^2
x = 1250 + 250 (25.484) + 0.5 (-9.81)(25.484)^2
x= 4435.525 meters
- Anónimohace 4 años
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