Q: Why pilot of plane have precise measurements of velocity?

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the INITIAL velocity does not change. It is constant. however, the velocity changes depends on the friction and inclination of the inclined plane.

The wind is blowing at a vector of 225 degrees with a magnitude of 75. The original heading is on a vector of zero with a magnitude of 2500. The resultant vector is then 15 degrees east of north at 203.98 kmh.

There are two forces on the bomb when it is dropped; horizontal, and vertical. The vertical force is gravity, and the horizontal force is the velocity of the plane when the bomb is dropped. In order to determine how far away the bomb will drop from the initial point of release, it is necessary to know the height that the plane is at, and the velocity of the plane, which is also the initial horizontal velocity of the bomb (it is constant, neglecting air resistence.)

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To the left of the pilot, and to the right of the co-pilot, its up to them to work together to communicate their observations effectively.

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you pilot a plane

To fly a plane is the same as to pilot a plane.

A pilot of a plane needs the same license to fly a cargo plane as a pilot of a passenger plane.

204 km/hr at 75 degrees north of east

A "Pilot" is a person who drives a plane.

A pilot is a man who drives a plane.

if you are talking about where a pilot sits in a plane he sits in what's called the cockpit

Pilot sits in the left seat seat in the cockpit near the nose of a plane.

Velocity is the rate of speed in a given direction. Therefore, the plane's velocity is 610mph NW.

Fly a plane. ;)

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