has well known solutions of
Now, find x'(t) and use your initial conditions to find
I am doing a project on projectiles in sport and have set up the following differential equations when investigating the projectile of a golf ball with air resistance:
mx'' = -kx' and my'' = -mg -ky'
with initial conditions:
x(0)=0
x'(0)=u0=ucos(alpha)
y(0)=0
y'(0)=vo=usin(alpha)
Could someone help me solve these differential equations and show me the method in which it is done. I am really not sure how to do them.
Thanks