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    Question maths (MATLAB) problem

    If an object is thrown at an angle \theta to the horizontal with speed v then it will travel a horizontal distance

    D =(v^2/g)sin2 theta,
    and reach a maximum height
    h =(v^2/2g)sin^2 theta

    where g = 9.81ms^−2 is the gravitational acceleration. for the cases theta = pi/6 and theta = pi/4.
    Hand in your answers and MATLAB commands.

    this is a matlab peoblem, any idea how to do it? thanks
    this is the exercise on the book without answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quah13579 View Post
    If an object is thrown at an angle \theta to the horizontal with speed v then it will travel a horizontal distance

    D =(v^2/g)sin2 theta,
    and reach a maximum height
    h =(v^2/2g)sin^2 theta

    where g = 9.81ms^−2 is the gravitational acceleration. for the cases theta = pi/6 and theta = pi/4.
    Hand in your answers and MATLAB commands.

    this is a matlab peoblem, any idea how to do it? thanks
    this is the exercise on the book without answer.
    As this stands this is not a question.

    So: what is the exact question and can you show us what you have done so far?

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