Get Up & Jump – Flea Slap Bass Cover

Flea Bass Cover Get up & Jump

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**A flea jumps straight up to a maximum height of 0.450m . What is its initial velocity as it leaves the ground? In this problem, you will apply kinematic equations to a jumping flea. Take the magnitude of free-fall acceleration to be 9.80m/s^2 . Ignore air resistance**

**A flea jumps straight up to a maximum height of 0.360 . What is its initial velocity as it leaves the ground? In this problem, you will apply kinematic equations to a jumping flea. Take the magnitude of free-fall acceleration to be 9.80 . Ignore air resistance.A flea jumps straight up to a maximum height of 0.360 . What is its initial velocity as it leaves the ground?**

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this sounds like it doesnt have enough information, but if you play around with the original location (x0), you can get it.Have you seen this equation:X = X0 + V0T + 1/2 at^2-0.36m = 0m + 0*t + 1/2 (-9.8)t^ssolve for t^2 then get tnext, plug that t into:V = V0 + at-V = 0 – 9.8*ttheres ur initial velocity

**A flea jumps straight up to a maximum height of 0.370 . What is its initial velocity as it leaves the ground? In this problem, you will apply kinematic equations to a jumping flea. Take the magnitude of free-fall acceleration to be 9.80 . Ignore air resistance. Help i am really confusedThanks so how would you find how long the flea is in the air from the time it jumps to the time it hits the ground?**

Using suvat equations. You already know that:v=0a=-9.8s=0.37Therefore the equation needed is v^2 = u^2 + 2as.u^2 = v^2 – 2as = -2(9.8)(0.37)u = 2.69 m/s

**A flea jumps straight up to a maximum height of 0.550 . What is its initial velocity as it leaves the ground? In this problem, you will apply kinematic equations to a jumping flea. Take the magnitude of free-fall acceleration to be 9.80 . Ignore air resistance.**

Y = 0.5at^2 + Vot + Yo0.550 m = (-4.9 m / s^2)t^2 +Vot +0 (Eq. 1)V = at + Vo = 0 (Note: At time t, when Y = 0.550 m, V = 0, since this is the maximum height.) t = = Vo / (9.8 m / s^2) (Eq. 2)By combining Eq. 1 and 2 you get0.550 m = (-4.9 m / s^2)( Vo^2 / (96.04 m^2 / s^4)) + Vo^2 / (9.8 m / s^2)Vo = sqrt ( 2(0.550 m)(9.80 m / s^2))= 3.28 m / s

**A flea jumps straight up to a maximum height of 0.530 What is its initial velocity as it leaves the ground? In this problem, you will apply kinematic equations to a jumping flea. Take the magnitude of free-fall acceleration to be 9.80m/s . Ignore air resistance.A flea jumps straight up to a maximum height of 0.530 . What is its initial velocity as it leaves the ground?PART B! How long is the flea in the air from the time it jumps to the time it hits the ground?units are metersq10**

v^2 = 2 . a . dv^2 = 2. 9.8 . 0.53 . arghhh! What units of distance?v = 3.22 m/s ( or is it cm/s ? )

Use this equation:v^2 = v0^2 – 2ghv is the final velocityv0 is the initial velocityg is the usualh is the heightAt the max height of his jump v = 0solve for v0 gives:v0 = sqrt(2gh)

PLEASE! include units with your question Is the heigh 0.530m or cm? I think that it can hardly be km I will work with 0.530m and hope this is correct: Use equation:V² = U² + 2*a*s0 = U² +2*(-9.8)*0.530= U² – 10.338U² = 10.338U = 3.22m/sInitial velocity = 3.22 m/sFor part B: s = ut + ½*a*t³0 = 3.22t + (-4.9)t²0 = 3.22t -4.9t² 4.9t² -3.22t = 0t( 4.9t-3.22) = 0t = 0 or t= 0.657 seconds.The flea is in the air for 0.657 seonds.

A flea jumps straight up to a maximum height of 0.530 . What is its initial velocity as it leaves the ground?v^2 = 2gh2 x 9.8 x 0.53 = 10.388, sq-root = v = 3.223 m/sPART B! How long is the flea in the air from the time it jumps to the time it hits the ground?2v/g = t(2 x 3.223)/9.8 = 0.6577 secs

**How long is the flea in the air from the time it jumps to the time it hits the ground? In this problem, you will apply kinematic equations to a jumping flea. Take the magnitude of free-fall acceleration to be 9.80 m/s^2. A flea jumps straight up to a maximum height of 0.430 m. How long is the flea in the air from the time it jumps to the time it hits the ground?**

Use s = u t + 1/2 a t^20.430 = 0 + 1/2 x 9.8 x t^20.860 / 9.8 = t^2t = 0.29623 seconds (this is for the way up)It takes the same time to come back down, therefore-:2 x 0.29623 = 0.59246 seconds (for the total journey)Well done Mr. Flea ! ;o)

You are on the right trackconsider h=.5gt^2h = 0.430 mso t = sqrt(2h/g)hower it is the time for the flea to fall down from height h and it takes the same amount of time to go up as it is to come down.t(total)=2tfinaly we havet(total)=2sqrt(2h/g)t(total) 2 sqrt(2 x 0..430 /9.80)t(total)=0.59 sec

**What is this bug that jumps like a flea but is bigger ? I’ve been getting bug bite lately and i found these bugs that jump like fleas but are bigger and aren’t as flat as a flea.I’m trying to find out what they are.I searched bed bugs o google but they don’t look like them.The are black, jump, and are a little thick, and are hard to killthey aren’t lice either**

It might be a flea. There are many different species of fleas. Not many things can jump in a circular legs over head motion other than a flea. You might be misdescribing it

**I have like these flea like bugs all around my windows and on my home. They jump like fleas. what 2 do? look like fleas,jump like fleas, but i have no animals in my house. They are living in my windows and creases of my doors. I looked on my house and saw them there to..**

You don’t need a pet to get fleas. I ended up having fleas in my Philadelphia 2nd floor unit because one must have caught a ride on my pants leg walking down the sidewalk.

**How easy is it for a dog to get ear mites from another dog? How much contact do they have to be in, and can they jump like fleas?**

Very! The little buggers cannot jump. They do crawl from one dog to the other and spread very easilyFortunately they are fairly easy to get rid of with externally applied Ivermectin solutions.

Usuallly to pass mites, the animals need close contact, like sharing a bed or kennel. Mites don’t jump like fleas do. Dogs CAN get mites, but yeast infections are far more common in dogs and look very similar-itchy ears chock full of brown gunk. Usually dogs only get ear mites if they live in a kennel situation or if they happen to snuggle with a cat.

If it is very close they could go from one to the other also sometimes if the groomer has cleaned a dogs ear with mites and didn’t clean up good before doing your dog it could get them

It is very easy, so keep the two apart, call your vet and get medicine or take dog to the vet,.the mites spread like wildfire.