23 Oct '05 19:13

im studying physics now and we get all kind of funny problems to solve there. here is one:

an oldtimer is driving from A to B. there is no wind but its raining nonstop. the oldtimer has 2 problems: there's a big hole in the horizontal roof where its raining through, and the vertical windshield (90° to the roof) is missing. so through both of these openings its raining.

how does the amount of water that gets into the car depend on the constant speed the car goes with?

ps: sorry for bad translation ðŸ™‚

an oldtimer is driving from A to B. there is no wind but its raining nonstop. the oldtimer has 2 problems: there's a big hole in the horizontal roof where its raining through, and the vertical windshield (90° to the roof) is missing. so through both of these openings its raining.

how does the amount of water that gets into the car depend on the constant speed the car goes with?

ps: sorry for bad translation ðŸ™‚