vHitLocation = vStartLocation + (vVelocity * fTime) + (vGravity * (fTime*fTime) * 0.5f); vVelocity = ?? 
Posted 29 June 2001  05:48 AM
vHitLocation = vStartLocation + (vVelocity * fTime) + (vGravity * (fTime*fTime) * 0.5f); vVelocity = ?? 
Posted 29 June 2001  06:29 AM

Posted 29 June 2001  06:47 AM
Posted 29 June 2001  08:17 AM
Posted 29 June 2001  09:19 AM
x(t) = x0 + tv*cos(theta0)*t
y(t) = y0 + tv*sin(theta0)*t  g*t*t/2
x(th) = x1 = x0 + tv*cos(theta0)*th
y(th) = y1 = y0 + tv*sin(theta0)*th  g*th*th/2
tv = (x1x0)/(th*cos(theta0))
y1 = y0 + (x1x0)*sin(theta0)*th/(th*cos(theta0))  g*th*th/2
y1 = y0 + (x1x0)*tan(theta0)  g*th*th/2
g*th*th/2 = y0y1 + (x1x0)*tan(theta0)
th = sqrt((2/g) * (y0y1 + (x1x0)*tan(theta0)))
tv = (x1x0)/(th*cos(theta0))
Posted 29 June 2001  09:32 AM
quote:
Original post by Wizardry
y_coordinate(time) = original_height + (original_velocity * sin(theta)* time)  acceleration_due_to_gravity * time^2
y_coordinate(time) = original_height + (original_velocity * sin(theta)* time)  (acceleration_due_to_gravity * time^2)/2
quote:
Original post by Wizardry
The acceleration due to gravity is based on the measurement system, metric is 9.8 m/(s^2) while english is 16 ft/(s^2).
quote:
Original post by Wizardry
Peace out.
Posted 29 June 2001  10:39 AM
Posted 29 June 2001  12:18 PM
quote:
Original post by python_regious
What do you mean by "English" units? We use metric in Britain.
Posted 01 July 2001  06:59 AM
Posted 01 July 2001  10:59 AM