Task 1 (of 1) A common situation dealt with in engineering and physics is that of projectile motion. The equation for the height of a projectile, y (m), is: y=-(,)st? + V, sin(e)t+yo g= Acceleration due to gravity: 9.81 m/s2 t = Time (seconds) Vo = Initial Velocity of Projectile (m/s) = Launch Angle (degrees) yo= Initial height of the projectile (m) The equation for the horizontal distance traveled by the projectile, x (m), is: x = V. cost The time at which the projectile impacts the ground is given by: V, sin(e) +(V, sin(())2 + 2gy. Timpact = PART A: Create a Python function, Projectile, with four input arguments: Vo, e, yo, and t. The function should check for valid inputs (vo, yo, and t are all positive and between 0 and 90 degrees). If the inputs are valid, the impact time, Timpact, should be computed. Next the x and y coordinates for the projectile path at time, t, should be computed. Ift is less than Timpact compute x and y by pluggingt into the equations above. Ift is greater than or equal to Timpact the projectile is already on the ground so y = 0 and the horizontal distance, x, can be computed by plugging Timpact into the equation for x. The values for x and y should be returned. If the inputs are not valid, nothing should be returned. Simply output a message to the user that one or more inputs are invalid – Vo, yo, and t must all be positive and must be between 0 and 90 degrees. Test your function by creating test values. Quick Guide to Python Commands and Syntax Input Statements + Prompt for Decimal Number x = float (input(‘Enter the value for variable, x ‘>) + Prompt for Integer y = int(input(‘Enter the integer value for variable, y » #Prompt for String month – input (“Enter the month you were born”) #Prompt for List of Numerical Values List – eval(input(‘Enter list values in square brackets separated by commas’)) Outnut Statements: Decimal Numbers X = 75.176 print(‘The variable x = {0:2} n’.format(x)) The variable x – 75.18 . Integers y = 750 print(‘The value of y is: (0) In’. format (y)) The value of y is: 750 Strings course = ‘Calculus II print(‘The name of this course is: {0} n’. format (course)) The name of this course is: Calculus II Mixture print(‘x = 10:0.17), y = {1}, course is: 12} n’. format (x, y, course) x – 75.2, Y-750, course is Calculus II Arithmetic. Comparison, and Logical Operators: Arithmetic Operators Addition + Subtraction – Multiplication Division Power ** Modulo 1 % Comparison Operators Equal Not Equal Less Than < Greater Than > Less Than or Equal To Greater Than or Equal Tol > Logical Operators and or not Show transcribed image text Task 1 (of 1) A common situation dealt with in engineering and physics is that of projectile motion. The equation for the height of a projectile, y (m), is: y=-(,)st? + V, sin(e)t+yo g= Acceleration due to gravity: 9.81 m/s2 t = Time (seconds) Vo = Initial Velocity of Projectile (m/s) = Launch Angle (degrees) yo= Initial height of the projectile (m) The equation for the horizontal distance traveled by the projectile, x (m), is: x = V. cost The time at which the projectile impacts the ground is given by: V, sin(e) +(V, sin(())2 + 2gy. Timpact = PART A: Create a Python function, Projectile, with four input arguments: Vo, e, yo, and t. The function should check for valid inputs (vo, yo, and t are all positive and between 0 and 90 degrees). If the inputs are valid, the impact time, Timpact, should be computed. Next the x and y coordinates for the projectile path at time, t, should be computed. Ift is less than Timpact compute x and y by pluggingt into the equations above. Ift is greater than or equal to Timpact the projectile is already on the ground so y = 0 and the horizontal distance, x, can be computed by plugging Timpact into the equation for x. The values for x and y should be returned. If the inputs are not valid, nothing should be returned. Simply output a message to the user that one or more inputs are invalid – Vo, yo, and t must all be positive and must be between 0 and 90 degrees. Test your function by creating test values.

Quick Guide to Python Commands and Syntax Input Statements + Prompt for Decimal Number x = float (input(‘Enter the value for variable, x ‘>) + Prompt for Integer y = int(input(‘Enter the integer value for variable, y » #Prompt for String month – input (“Enter the month you were born”) #Prompt for List of Numerical Values List – eval(input(‘Enter list values in square brackets separated by commas’)) Outnut Statements: Decimal Numbers X = 75.176 print(‘The variable x = {0:2} n’.format(x)) The variable x – 75.18 . Integers y = 750 print(‘The value of y is: (0) In’. format (y)) The value of y is: 750 Strings course = ‘Calculus II print(‘The name of this course is: {0} n’. format (course)) The name of this course is: Calculus II Mixture print(‘x = 10:0.17), y = {1}, course is: 12} n’. format (x, y, course) x – 75.2, Y-750, course is Calculus II Arithmetic. Comparison, and Logical Operators: Arithmetic Operators Addition + Subtraction – Multiplication Division Power ** Modulo 1 % Comparison Operators Equal Not Equal Less Than Less Than or Equal To Greater Than or Equal Tol > Logical Operators and or not

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