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# Hot rod jump - andrew

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Math and Physics Interdisciplinary

Math and Physics Interdisciplinary

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• 1. Hot Rod Jump By: Andrew Cheung Physics 10 Ms. Symes
• 2.
• 3. Aim
• The aim of this presentation, is to find out, whether or not this jump is real, or just movie effects.
• 4. Hypothesis
• My origional hypothesis, was that this jump is possible, if the ramp was reinforced and stable.
• 5. Materials
• Video
• microsoft paint or adobe photoshop
• 6. Information gathered
• The average width mail truck is 1.80 meters
• 2cm= 180 cm
• 1cm= 90 cm
• 4.5 cm x 90= 810 cm = 4.05 meters(jump distance)
• 10cm x 90= 900 cm =9 meters (distance traveled)
• 9 meters traveled in 2 seconds
• the ramp is at 15 degrees.
• 7.
• 8. Legend
• r is distance
• v is the final velocity
• sin is angle
• this is all over gravity, which is 9.8 meters per second
• 9. Working
• R = V ^ 2 Sin 2  ∠
•                    g
• 4.05        V ^ 2 Sin (15)
• ____  =  _________
•     1               9.8
• 39.69         V ^ 2 Sin (30)
• _____   =   __________
•   0.5                 0.5
Cross Multiply   Do math
• 10. Workings part 2
• 39.69         V ^ 2 (0.5)
• ____    =    _______
• 0.5                 0.5
• 79.38 = V ^ 2
• 8.9
Divide  (0.5 cancel out) Square root  Equals minimum speed needed
• 11. Conclusion, Was the jump possible?