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Problem 85P

CP Suppose the elevator in 3.84 starts from rest and maintains a constant upward acceleration of 4.00 m/s2, and the bolt falls out the instant the elevator begins to move. (a) How long does it take for the bolt to reach the floor of the elevator? (b) Just as it reaches the floor, how fast is the bolt moving according to an observer in the elevator? Standing on the floor landings of the building? (c) According to each observer in part (b), how far has the bolt traveled between the ceiling and floor of the elevator?

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Lecture6 - MoreBuilt-inMATLABFunctionsPractice Tuesday,September 27,212:04PM More Built-in MATLAB Functions These functions operatefirst by columnso to apply to an entire matrix the function must be applied 2x • any( ) = returns true if ANY element of the vector is true • all( ) = returns true if only ALL elements of the vector are true • min( ) and max( ) = find the smallest or largest elements of a vector ○ They return 2 things: the value & the index • sort(matrix, 'ascend' or 'descend') = sorts the vector in ascending or descending order ○ Returns 2 things: newly sorted vector & vector of indices sorted • Find( ) = it's just like indexing; it's finding where something is; specifically it converts a logical index into a regula

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