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comment How do I solve for the phase constant given the amplitude and the angular frequency?
That is just what I wanted to hear. I would send you cookies.
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accepted What method should I use to solve for the final acceleration of a projectile being launched from the earth's surface?
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comment What method should I use to solve for the final acceleration of a projectile being launched from the earth's surface?
Ok. What I am confused about now is how is $F = {GMm}/{r^2}$ going to help me if the unknowns in your equation are $m$ and $v_f$. I can solve for $v_f$, but $m$ is what I need to plug into $F = {GMm}/{r^2}$, right? So how do I solve for $m$ when it has been factored out of the equation?
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comment What method should I use to solve for the final acceleration of a projectile being launched from the earth's surface?
You were right. I neglected to specify that the question does include $d$, the distance from the surface of the earth.
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