Dynamics202, Civil Engineering

Determine the minimum speed of the stunt rider, so that when he leaves the ramp at A he passes through the center of the hoop at B. [5 Points]
2. How far h should the landing ramp be from the hoop so that he lands on it safely at C? [5 Points]
3. Write the equation describing the trajectory of the projectile. [5 Points]
4. Find the radius of curvature at x = 24 ft. [3 Points]
5. What is the acceleration component at at x = 24 ft? [2 Points]
Neglect the size of the motorcycle and rider.
Notes:
- There will be no partial credit awarded for doing this problem; however you still have to show all your work along with the final answers.
- The last date to turn it in is October 24, 2012.
- Point B is NOT the point where the rider reaches his maximum height.
- Ignore the word "minimum" that I have crossed out. It doesn''t play a role in the solution process.
- Use
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