Self-studying Fundamentals of Astrodynamics.
No matter how i add/subtract/multiply/divide the vectors i can't get any of the numbers that show up as answers. Not even the r or v.
A little stuck on this problem:
Any help is much appreciated, i am trying to become an aerospace engineer entrapauneer that will move onto space engineering when the time is right.
>I'm slow to understand, quick to master kind of mind.
I'm not that guy what the fuck is this kind of 'I'm retarded but I'm smart' shit. This is like people who now claim there are 8 types of intelligence because they were too retarded to get A+ in math.
How can you be quick to master if you are slow to understand? Do you mean that after you understand, you are quick to master? If so then you are not saying anything, if you already understood you already mastered. And if you understand something but think that you haven't mastered it then you don't understand it.
Now i gave it a go and when i combine the specific mechanical energy in the x and y vectors i get something CLOSE to the answer but it is not the answer.
I believe it has something to do with z factor becuase it is only 9.27x10^7 off from the answer.
If i get help with this it will make my mind click for when it comes to finding the answers to the equations from the multiple vectors.
Any help is much appreciated ty