Question about Stanley 100 ft. Tape Measure, FatMax
Any of you guys have any idea`s of measuring walls of big cliffs fairly accurately from the base?
Height of cliff = x * TAN A + height of observer.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
You could do a bit of research as i can't remember the math's from my college days, but, it is possible to calculate the distance something travels by using its rate of descent against the time it takes to reach the ground, for instance, if gravity is measured at 9.81N/m per sec squared, then an object must speed up at the same rate from standstil every time unless the earths gravitational pull changed. If you then timed how long it takes to hit the ground you could do a simple calculation offsetting the rate of descent against time which would then give your distance. The calculation is - distance = speed x time, but you would need to factor in the the rate of change in the speed of the object from standstill to finish which is the bit i can't remember.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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