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    bunjee jumper equation

    i try to solve this eqn many times but it still confusing me..please help me to solve this eqn in first differential order..

    f(m)=√(gm/cd) tanh √(gcd/m) t v(t)

    v(t)=36m/s
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    Quote Originally Posted by shouk View Post
    i try to solve this eqn many times but it still confusing me..please help me to solve this eqn in first differential order..

    f(m)=√(gm/cd) tanh √(gcd/m) t v(t)

    v(t)=36m/s
    There is no differential equation here that I can see. And what is f(m), v(t), c, d etc.? What is the variable meant to be, m or t ...?

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