He got a little frustrated...
OMG SO FUNNY. but the teacher was probably angry LOL
a) x=.767 meters b) It's a spring. It will push the weight back up the ramp. As the ramp is frictionless, it will return to the height of 5 m before it starts going down and hit the stupid spring again. Honestly, this question is not that hard.
she should have gotten that answer rite there was an elephant in the way. LOL
no. there is an ELEPHANT in the way, Mrs.Brite.
it cant be an answer beouce u dont know what number the friction whave betwhen the objekt and the ramp
Simple. You will lern that later in middle school. It's not that hard when you know it.
I'm gonna do something like this on my next math assignment. This is awesome
LOL wasnt this a sample answer of band 1 in the australian NSW past HSC answers?? we got a copy of this hanging in our maths class and we gloat at it every other day :)
ive done stupid shit like that except my teachers think its funny so i dont get in trouble instead they gave me a new worksheet and helped me through it but chya that is funny
i dont even get that question ? lol i hope i dont get anythin like that in my exams ... if i do my answer will look like that ^^ lol
Easy answers, a) The X is under the spring, b)The Object DOES NOT continue to move, how could it be? it comes to rest
hehe, the answer was easy: since it's a frictionless thing, no energy was lost, therefore it goes up exactly the same height it was originally i.e. the answer is 5m
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