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How to find velocity of an object dropped from a balcony, weighing 29 grams, wind resistance can be left out of the equation.
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Firstly, we must understand the concept of velocity. Velocity is the rate at which an object moves in a particular direction. It is measured in meters per second (m/s).
Now, let us consider an object dropped from a balcony. The force acting on the object is gravity, which causes it to accelerate towards the ground. The acceleration due to gravity is approximately 9.81 m/s².
To find the velocity of the object, we can use the formula:
v = √(2gh)
Where v is the velocity, g is the acceleration due to gravity (9.81 m/s²), h is the height from which the object is dropped.
But before we can use the formula, we must ensure that all units are in the correct form. The weight of the object is given in grams, but we need it in kilograms. To convert grams to kilograms, we divide by 1000. So, the weight of the object is 0.029 kg.
Next, we need to determine the height from which the object was dropped. Let us assume that the height is 10 meters.
Now, we can plug in the values into the formula:
v = √(2 x 9.81 x 10)
Simplifying this equation gives us:
v = √196.2
v ≈ 14 m/s
Therefore, the velocity of the object dropped from a balcony, weighing 29 grams, is approximately 14 meters per second.
It is important to note that this calculation does not take into account air resistance or any other external factors that may affect the object's velocity. Also, make sure you practice converting units and using the appropriate formula correctly to avoid any errors.
I hope this explanation has been satisfactory and that you have learned something useful. Now, go and apply this knowledge to solve more problems!