Given the quantities a = 6.1 m, b = 9.3 s, c = 64 m/s, what is the value of the quantity

d= a^3/cb^2

I need the numberical answer and the units it would be given in.

Thank you.

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- January 27th 2010, 04:45 PMthexonexkidMath Problem
Given the quantities a = 6.1 m, b = 9.3 s, c = 64 m/s, what is the value of the quantity

d= a^3/cb^2

I need the numberical answer and the units it would be given in.

Thank you. - January 27th 2010, 05:11 PMRaoh
- January 27th 2010, 05:18 PMthexonexkid
well iv done the problem like close to 10 times the online checker keeps telling me i am wrong but i know i cant be it should b .041....

- January 27th 2010, 05:20 PMthexonexkid
and i cant even check the units cause it flags my numberical answer as wrong iv done sig digits and non sig digits just rounding to a really long answer.

the units is meters over m/s times seconds

im not quite sure what that reduces too but i cant chcek what i think it is cause it keeps saying my numberical value is wrong

m/s^2?? maybe - January 27th 2010, 10:38 PMHallsofIvy
Then why don't you do what Raoh suggested and tell us exactly what you did and what you think the answer is? Are you using a calculator or doing the arithmetic by hand?