## Maui Thai Kick Project final draft

Final Draft Cal Project

Izzy, Gab, Andy, and Darren

## Webwork problem.

In the problem 2 CurveSketching Asymptotes . The function shouldn’t be decreasing at anywhere, but the webwork refuse the “NONE” answer. Did I make a mistakes? Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Comments

## Where should a pilot start descent?

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## Webwork question

In the webwork shape of graph problem3 ,  what is exp means    or how can I rewrite it ?

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## Roller Coaster

Riding Roller coasters are a exciting and thrilling way to spend your day. Although, you may have many questions about them, for instance how is a roller coaster is built? we will try to answer this question using calculus.

Abu Butt April 10, 2014
MAT 1475H

Title: Where should a pilot start descent?
Abstract: In our project, we are trying to find out where should a pilot start to land/ descent. The pilot will start at a certain height. Our goal is to find out the speed, height, and length of the runway, from where an airplane should start landing. We will use knowledge of calculus to solve this problem.
 Introduction: The cruising Altitude is h when descent starts at a horizontal distance l from touching down at the origin.
 The pilot must maintain a constant horizontal speed v throughout descent.
 The absolute value of the vertical acceleration should not exceed a constant k ( which is much less than the acceleration due to gravity)

 Take the derivative of the equation P(x)=ax3+bx2 with respect to time (t)
 (dx/dt) being with respect to time, replace (dx/dt) with (-v). Where (-v) stands the horizontal velocity
 Find the derivative again
 Substitute a, and b that were found in the previous problem
 SOLVE

## Project Abstract

Abu Butt                                                                                                                                              April 9, 2014

MAT 1475H

Abstract:

Where should a pilot start descent?

In our project, we are trying to find out where should a pilot start to land/descent. The pilot will start,  [starting] at a certain height. During a certain time of period, the velocity of an airplane will change according to distance from the runway. The formula to calculate the velocity is V = d/t. Our goal is to find out the speed, height, and length [distance] of [from] the runway, from where an airplane should start landing. As we know, the pilot wants to descent at the polynomial of x3, and k is constant. We will use  knowledge of calculus to solve this problem.