**Water Hose Projectile Motion**. The air inside the hose has kinetic. 4.5 relative motion in one and two dimensions.

The air inside the hose has kinetic. If the firefighter holds the hose at an angle of \(78.5 ^{\circ}\) find out the maximum height of the water stream using maximum height formula. The water leaving the hose with a velocity of 32.0 m per second.

### The Water Droplet Leaving The Hose Is Considered As The Object In Projectile Motion.

Calculate the maximum height of the water stream. The air inside the hose has kinetic. The water leaving the hose with a velocity of 32.0 m per second.

### The Water Leaving The Hose With A Velocity Of 38 M/Sec.

We found that the speed of water in a hose increased from 1.96 m/s to 25.5 m/s going from the hose to the nozzle. 4.5 relative motion in one and two dimensions. Initial velocity v o = 38 m/sec

### Calculate The Pressure In The Hose, Given That The Absolute Pressure In The Nozzle Is.

The water droplets leaving the hose will be considered as the object in projectile motion. To remove from office or. To release, as from confinement, care, or duty:

### If The Fire Fighter Holds The Hose With An Angle Of 58.5°.

If the firefighter holds the hose at an angle of \(78.5 ^{\circ}\) find out the maximum height of the water stream using maximum height formula.