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10-01-2008, 11:25 PM
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7th Obsequious Banter Thread...Hartnell is Handzus.

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How about "7th Obsequious Banter Thread".

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I like the choice for the thread title

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The answer to that last physics question was 78m. 26m/s to 0 m/s uniformly is an average of 13m/s, so 13m/s * 6 s = 78m.

note: I may have misremembered some of the numbers.

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The answer to that last physics question was 78m. 26m/s to 0 m/s uniformly is an average of 13m/s, so 13m/s * 6 s = 78m.

note: I may have misremembered some of the numbers.
Nope, all the numbers are right. I was just about to post a much more complicated method, but this is much faster.

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Hey all ... I'm sort of back. Moved a few weekends ago, and now my wife had to be induced a month early on Monday (both baby and mom are fine, and should be home from the hospital tomorrow or Saturday), so life has been a bit crazy.

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Hey all ... I'm sort of back. Moved a few weekends ago, and now my wife had to be induced a month early on Monday (both baby and mom are fine, and should be home from the hospital tomorrow or Saturday), so life has been a bit crazy.
Congrats! (sorta) Good to hear that everythings okay

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Hey all ... I'm sort of back. Moved a few weekends ago, and now my wife had to be induced a month early on Monday (both baby and mom are fine, and should be home from the hospital tomorrow or Saturday), so life has been a bit crazy.
Well, congrats. Another Flyers' fan in the world.

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Hey all ... I'm sort of back. Moved a few weekends ago, and now my wife had to be induced a month early on Monday (both baby and mom are fine, and should be home from the hospital tomorrow or Saturday), so life has been a bit crazy.
Congrats! Good to hear that everyone is well.

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Well, congrats. Another Flyers' fan in the world.
My wife is a die hard Habs fan, and I live in the Boston area, so I have a battle on my hands. Wish me luck. :-)

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My wife is a die hard Habs fan, and I live in the Boston area, so I have a battle on my hands. Wish me luck. :-)
oh boy, he's gonna be a bruins fan. the key is to get started early and to eliminate all other influences. all other influences.

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Temporary title unless (or until) it is overturned.
didn't we have a bunch of titles lined up for the next couple of these?

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didn't we have a bunch of titles lined up for the next couple of these?
There were titles suggested towards the end of the 6th thread. There seemed to be a favoritism among some for this current title.

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The answer to that last physics question was 78m. 26m/s to 0 m/s uniformly is an average of 13m/s, so 13m/s * 6 s = 78m.

note: I may have misremembered some of the numbers.
Yup, that's the right answer. Problem is I already figured it out earlier, so sorry.

But if it would make you feel better, you can help me with this one:
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A stone is thrown vertically upward with a speed of 14.5 m/s from the edge of a cliff 79.0 m high.

How much later does it reach the bottom of the cliff?

What is its just before hitting?
Lucky for you, I already figured out that the total distance traveled (going up, down back to where it was thrown at the starting point, then all the way down to the ground) is 100.45 m

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At which instant(s) are the bicycles passing each other? Which bicycle is passing the other?
My simpleton mind would guess that bicycle A passes B every time they intersect.

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Estimate the average acceleration of the car in second gear and in fourth gear.
Estimate how far the car traveled while in fourth gear.
I'd like to compare with someone else and see how they estimated.

Hopefully, that will be the last questions I ask for now and we can get back to the obsequious banter. Thanks for everyone who's helped me so far.

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How about a title with something to do with the Spectrum?

Either way, over 7000 posts about nothing is pretty impressive.

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Yup, that's the right answer. Problem is I already figured it out earlier, so sorry.

But if it would make you feel better, you can help me with this one:

Lucky for you, I already figured out that the total distance traveled (going up, down back to where it was thrown at the starting point, then all the way down to the ground) is 100.45 m

Also, for this:

My simpleton mind would guess that bicycle A passes B every time they intersect.

And lastly:

I'd like to compare with someone else and see how they estimated.

Hopefully, that will be the last questions I ask for now and we can get back to the obsequious banter. Thanks for everyone who's helped me so far.
The stone one would be 5.75 seconds, I think. Just need to use the displacement equation. -79=1/2(-9.8)t^2+14.5t

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The stone one would be 5.75 seconds, I think. Just need to use the displacement equation. -79=1/2(-9.8)t^2+14.5t
I got 5.76 s. Close enough, eh?

I already got the speed. 41.9 m/s.

Now that just leaves the two graphs. Need some time to think.

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I got 5.76 s. Close enough, eh?

I already got the speed. 41.9 m/s.

Now that just leaves the two graphs. Need some time to think.
Yeah, I don't really like graphs... I'm taking physics this year too.

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