A Styrofoam ball of radius 47 cm falls with a terminal velocity of 8.1 m/s.

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A Styrofoam ball of radius 47 cm falls with a terminal velocity of 8.1 m/s. What is the mass of the ball? I have no idea how to really set this up or solve it. CAn someone help

Sep 25th, 2015

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 \quad (5) \qquad V_t = \sqrt{\frac{4 g d}{3 C_d} \left( \frac{\rho_s - \rho}{\rho} \right)}
according  to formula  we need density of density of the fluid i.e \rho
and C_d is the drag coefficient.
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Sep 25th, 2015

it's not provided. "A Styrofoam ball of radius 47 cm falls with a terminal velocity of 8.1 m/s. What is the mass of the ball?" is all that the question gives us. I copied and pasted it from my homework

Sep 25th, 2015

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