How Is a Multi-particle System in Classical Mechanics Solved? [closed]

You can just set up your equations of motion for a single particle. The initial velocity in the y-directions is given by the y-velocity of a point on the wheel. Once you get that velocity then you solve the problem like a regular projectile motion problem. Recall the tangential speed of a point on a wheel $v = romega$ and $omega$ is the angular speed of the wheel in radians/sec. And use the fact that the tangential velocity must be pointed upwards to be a solution to the problem.Set up and solve the equation of motion for h, and remember h must be upwards. Then look at what $v^2 > ag$ implies.

1. I bought a multi tool. How do I use it?

it should of came with a manual that said how to use is and ect but go online and type in the store where you got it from and try find thing out there cause it work for me

2. How to streamline setting up a multi-day class

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5. Anyone fans of the late multi-talented Billy Thorpe?

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6. What's problem with multi monitor usage in rdc7?

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7. Requirements for a (multi)touch wall-mounted kitchen pc [closed]

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8. Is there an affordable way for non-students to subscribe to multi-journals/archives?

To add to Boris Bukh's suggestions:Many institutions grant library privileges to alumni, which might include remote access to the university's online subscriptions. You might get in touch with the librarian at your alma mater and ask if they offer such a thing. (In some cases you might be required to join the alumni association and pay dues, but this would probably be on the order of US$10-$100 per year. )Many universities open their libraries to the public. If you live near any university or college that has appropriate subscriptions, you may be able to just walk into their library, sit down at a computer, and download the articles you want. Then just put them on a USB drive, upload them to a cloud storage account, or email them to yourself. For older articles that are not online, the library may have them in bound volumes; they may not let you check them out, but you can photocopy or scan any article you want.Institutional access to subscriptions is usually based on IP address - all computers on the campus's network have access. So if you still have a computer account at your alma mater, you may be able to log into it and fetch articles through there. You may even be able to set up a proxy/tunnel/VPN or something similar to let you browse from your own computer but have requests routed through your university account. For instance, if you have a Unix shell account, this is easily done with an ssh tunnel (but the details are beyond the scope of this site).If you have a friend who's still a student or faculty at your alma mater or elsewhere, you could ask them to download the occasional article for you. (This is probably not helpful for your 100-paper meta-analysis, unless they are a really good friend.)Unfortunately, as you've probably discovered, personal subscriptions are usually prohibitively expensive, and may have to be purchased individually for each journal, or at least each publisher

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