Assessing Maths Assignment

I’ve been asked me to cost his landscaping project for him using the prices quoted by a local supplier, and to give him a full breakdown of the calculations required and how I arrived at the final cost. Plan I plan to do this firstly by breaking up the garden plan into 5 sections. 1. Decking and border. 2. Flowerbed and crazy paving 3. Fish pond, safety fence, bridge and rail 4. Perimeter fence 5. Grass. Decking and Border The decking area consists of two right angle triangle. The two edges around the decking are equal in length. I need to work out the length of the edges and the area of the decking, how much materials required and cost….

Example Projectile Motion Lab Report

Parabolic motion has been studied for a long time dating all the way back to the time in which Galileo was conducting experiments. In this lab report, the range a foam disk launcher shot was tested by altering the angle of trajectory followed by measuring the range. The range that the foam disk went was measured in centimeters and multiple shots were taken at each angle and then averaged. Galileo was the first person who accurately described projectile motion. Because of the drawings of Niccolo Tartaglia, Galileo realized that a projectile followed a curved path which is called a parabola. 1 It was later found out by Galileo that the parabola has an exact mathematical shape. Also, he stated that…

Projectile Motion Lab Report

Background Acceleration is constant at 9.8 m/s2 because of the force of gravity. For experiment 1 the velocity will be calculated by measuring “x” and “y” and using the combined x & y equations to solve for Vo. Vo= x⌠g/2y. For experiment 2 the range equation for distance x=R is applicable since the launch and landing elevations are the same. R=(Vo2sin2ᶿ)/g Objective The objective of experiment one is to determine the distance a falling object will travel when the launch height is changed. The objective of experiment two is to observe the distance, x=R, a projectile will travel when the launch angle is changed. Acceleration is constant at 9.8 m/s2 in all the experiments due to gravity. Hypothesis Experiment 1:…