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Air drop A plane traveling horizontally at 80 m>s over

Calculus: Early Transcendentals | 2nd Edition | ISBN: 9780321947345 | Authors: William L. Briggs ISBN: 9780321947345 167

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Problem 104

Air drop A plane traveling horizontally at 80 m>s over flat ground at an elevation of 3000 m releases an emergency packet. The trajectory of the packet is given by x = 80t, y = -4.9t2 + 3000, for t 0, where the origin is the point on the ground directly beneath the plane at the moment of the release. Graph the trajectory of the packet and find the coordinates of the point where the packet lands. y 80 m/s O x 3000 m 10

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Week 8 – SPAN 103 Vocab  El Bienestar o Nouns:  El Bienestar: Well­being  La Droga: Drug  El/La Drogadicto/a: Drug addict  El Masaje: Massage  El/La Teladicto/a: Couch potato o Verbs:  Adelgazar: To lose weight  Aliviar el Estrés: To reduce stress  Aliviar la Tensión: To reduce tensión  Apurarse/Darse Prisa: To hurry/rush  Aumentar de Peso/Engordar: To gain weight  Disfrutar (de): To enjoy; to reap the benefits (of)  Estar a Dieta: To be on a diet  (No) Fumar: (Not) to smoke  Llevar una Vida Sana: To lead a helthy lifestyle  Sufrir Muchas Presiones: To be under a lot of pressure  Tratar de (+inf): To try (to do something) o Adjectives:  Activo/a: Active  Débil: Weak  En Exceso: In excess; too much  Flexible: Flexible  Fuerte: Strong  Sedentario/a: Sedentary; related to sitting  Tranquilo/a: Calm/quiet  En El Gimnasio o Nouns:  La Cinta Caminadora: Treadmill  La Clase de Ejercicios Aeróbicos: Aerobics class  El/La Entrenador(a): Trainer  El Músculo: Muscle o Verbs:  Calentarse (e:ie): To warm up  Entrenarse: To practice/train  Estar en Buen Forma: To be in good shape  Hacer Ejercicio: To exercise  Hacer Ejercicios Aeróbicos: To do aerobics  Hacer Ejercicios de Estiramiento: To do stretching exercises  Hacer Gimnasia: To work out  Levantar Pesas: To lift weights  Mantenerse en Forma: To stay in shape  Sudar: To sweat  La Nutrición: o Nouns:  La Bebida Alcohólica: Alcoholic beverage  La Cafeína: Caffeine  La Caloría: Calorie  El Colesterol: Cholesterol  La Grasa: Fat  La Merienda: Afternoon snack  El Mineral: Mineral  La Nutrición: Nutrition  El/La Nutricionista: Nutritionist  La Proteína: Protein  La Vitamina: Vitamin o Verbs:  Comer una Dieta Equilibrada: To eat a balanced diet  Consumir Alcohol: To consume alcohol o Adjectives:  Descafeinado/a: Decaffeinated Grammar  Present Perfect of Indicative: o Use with haber in the present + a past participle o Means “have done”; what someone has done o Examples: “Ha bailado” or “Hemos visto” o If the phrase is negative, the no goes before haber because haber cannot be separated from the past participle  Example: “No has escrito” o The form of haber will always end in –o – never add –a or –s o Yo he, Tú has, El/La/Usted ha, Nosotros hemos, Vosotros habéis, Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes han o Instead of hay, use habido  Past Perfect: o Means “had done” o The same structure as the present perfect, but haber is in the había form o Yo había, Tú habías, El/La/Usted había, Nosotros habíamos, Vosotros habíais, Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes habían o Ya usually comes before: “Ella ya había ido” o Often used with antes de o Like the present perfect, you cannot separate haber and the past participle

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Textbook: Calculus: Early Transcendentals
Edition: 2
Author: William L. Briggs
ISBN: 9780321947345

Calculus: Early Transcendentals was written by and is associated to the ISBN: 9780321947345. The answer to “Air drop A plane traveling horizontally at 80 m>s over flat ground at an elevation of 3000 m releases an emergency packet. The trajectory of the packet is given by x = 80t, y = -4.9t2 + 3000, for t 0, where the origin is the point on the ground directly beneath the plane at the moment of the release. Graph the trajectory of the packet and find the coordinates of the point where the packet lands. y 80 m/s O x 3000 m 10” is broken down into a number of easy to follow steps, and 85 words. The full step-by-step solution to problem: 104 from chapter: 10.1 was answered by , our top Calculus solution expert on 12/23/17, 04:24PM. This textbook survival guide was created for the textbook: Calculus: Early Transcendentals, edition: 2. This full solution covers the following key subjects: . This expansive textbook survival guide covers 128 chapters, and 9720 solutions. Since the solution to 104 from 10.1 chapter was answered, more than 227 students have viewed the full step-by-step answer.

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