import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

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#Use this cell to calculate the velocity of a ball after falling 2 meters
initialHeight = 2 # meters
gravityAccMag = 9.81 #meters/s^2, magnitude of acceleration due to gravity
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finalVelocity = 6.26 # in meters/s. This should be a vector.
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velocityMagnitude = np.linalg.norm(finalVelocity) #numpy.linalg.norm takes the magnitude of an array
print('The final velocity of a ball after falling 2 meters has a magnitude of {} meters/second'.format(velocityMagnitude))

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#Use this cell to calculate the magnitude of the drag force for a ball that has fallen 2 meters
vel = velocityMagnitude*np.array([1./np.sqrt(3),1./np.sqrt(6),1./np.sqrt(2)]) # meters/s
r = 0.025 # meters
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A = .00196 #m^2
C = .5 #unitless
rho = 1.204 #kg/m^3
dragForce = .02316
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dragMagnitude = np.linalg.norm(dragForce)
print('The magnitude of the air drag force is {}'.format(dragMagnitude))

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print(np.linalg.norm(vel)*vel)
print(vel*vel)

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#Use this cell to calculate the ratio of the magnitude of the drag force to gravity
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gravityForce = .735
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gravityMagnitude = np.linalg.norm(gravityForce)
ratio = dragMagnitude / gravityMagnitude
print('The ratio of the air drag force to gravity is {}'.format(ratio))

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