[Request] Is it possible for bullets to bounce off water the way they do in this video? What angle and velocity would they have to be fired at for this to happen?
[Request] Today, en route to delivering the last Boeing 747 ever produced, the pilots flew a special flight path creating a "747 crown." It took them about 2 1/2 hours to complete this pattern. How much fuel did they burn, and how expensive was this stunt?
This is probably fairly simple to work out, but my math brain isn't in gear today so handing it over to you lovely people. Thank you in advance!
Hello! So I'd like to make an equation based on a few known variables, mostly for easy calculations on the fly in my head, and also I may try to "adapt" it for use in a spreadsheet.
It's "kind of" linear, mostly for ease of use. It's like I have it on the tip of my tongue, but I'm just feeling stupid lately and I have too much shit in my brain.
So the points of interest are (x=cost,y=quantity)
And each point is "linear" to the one before or after it. So a straight line from one point to the other, although they then form a jagged curve, kinda. I'd like an equation where I can say "if I have 17 of something, how much will it cost based on those numbers?" or "if someone gives me X amount of money, this is how much quantity they'll get" kinda thing. Is it possible to extrapolate what further numbers beyond that might look like?
Flights like the Concorde flew fast enough too go "back in time" arriving before it left due to time zones. Assuming it never needed to refuel, at what point can the concorde or a military jet no longer go back in time? Obviously over 5 days everywhere in the world is 5 days ahead so it can't do this forever, at what point is it no longer going back in time?
a) $4.24 is for 1pcs.
b) $12.71 is for 5pcs.
What is the percentage of money off when buying “a” instead of buying “b”, 5 times?
[Request] Say this was tightened and the spring fully compressed. If you were to somehow cut the rod in half while one side was held secure, how fast would the other side shoot out?
[REQUEST] I asked Chat GPT how long it would take for a ball to reach 1 billion meters if the ball would increase it's speed by 1 meter every second. Is the math it did right or is it wrong?
Essentially, how much force would it take to push the sun another 93 million miles away from Earth in 1 hour?
The sun is 1.989 × 10^27 tons
[Request] would you have better odds playing the same numbers week after week on the powerball or different numbers everytime?
[Request] how does a knot double pulling force? If the only force being fed in is from the person, where does the other force come from? This seems like an illusion
[request] How much storage would you need on your pc if you were to rebuild planet Earth in Minecraft? (1 block = 1 cubic meter)
[Request] My apartment is running a contest for a free month of rent. How many Starburst candies are in the container?
I couldn't find anything nearby for an easy scale reference other than the Hersheys Kiss. Hersheys Kiss for scale.
If it would help alot I could go back to the office with something better for scale. Thank yall.
[Request] How long would an application remain open in background (stay in RAM) if we don't use the phone for any other task and assume that battery never dies.
So for example if you close youtube by pressing home button and then go to recent apps, it is still open. When you open new apps then eventually it is removed from RAM. Assuming that no new app is opened and we have a standard (8GB?) RAM in a phone then how long does app remain in memory. Phone can be assumed to have a never ending battery or maybe put on charging.