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Problem 66P

On the Flying Trapeze?. A new circus act is called the TexasTumblers Lovely Mary Belle swings from a trapeze, projects herself at an angle of 53° and is supposed to be caught by Joe Bob, whose hands are 6.1 m above and 8.2 m horizontally from her launch point (Fig). You can ignore air resistance (a) What initial speed ???0, must Mary Belle have just to reach Joe Bob? (b) For the initial speed calculated in part (a), what are the magnitude and direction of her velocity when Mary Belle reaches Joe Bob? (c) Assuming that Mary Belle has the initial speed calculated in part (a) Draw ?x?-?t?, ?y?-?t?, ??x?-?t?, and ??y?-?t? graphs showing the motion of both tumblers. Your graphs should show the motion up until the point where Mary Belle reaches Joe Bob. (d) The night of their debut performance. Joe Bob misses her completely as she files past. How ?fm? horizontally does Mary Belle travel, from her initial launch point, before landing in the safety net 8.6 m below her starting point? Figure:

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