Aoi Tsubaki is a college student who has the ability to see Ayakashi, a trait she inherited from her deceased grandfather. One day, when Aoi walks past a torii shrine, she sees an Ayakashi sitting there who announces that it is hungry. However, after giving it food, Aoi is kidnapped by the Ayakashi, an Ogre called Odanna. He takes her to the Hidden Realm, a world where all the Ayakashi live. He tells Aoi that her grandfather owed him a debt, and as compensation, she must marry him. Aoi negotiates with the Ogre instead, asking to work at the ogre's inn, the Tenjin'ya.
As shown from his choice of career, Android 17 is very outdoorsy, and finds it hard to sit still, seemingly stemming from his previously hyperactive nature. His love of the outdoors may have been influenced by the nature-loving Android 16, with whom 17 was close friends. 17's choice in a wife, a zoologist, may have been influenced by his occupation as a Park Ranger and enjoyment of the wild. 17 cares greatly for nature and was even willing to die to save it by taking on intergalactic space poachers and was willing to allow himself to suffocate in space to prevent them from blowing up. At the same time, not unlike his sister, Android 17 is not without a measure of materialist desire. His greatest dream is to own a large luxury boat, although it is for a simple goal of traveling the world with his wife and children. During the Tournament of Power, he showed much more concern for his sister's well-being. When quickly realizing that she sprained her ankle, despite her denial of it, 17 quickly helped tend to it. Also, whereas before 17 would keep out of 18's battles or insist on fighting alone himself, he was shown in the tournament to work in great synergy with 18.
The androids decide to go to the nearest town to get 18 some more clothes, (as her outfit was damaged by Vegeta), and to find a car. As they are about to leave, Krillin rushes over to them, telling them to wait. Android 17 asks what he wants, and Krillin asks if they just want to kill Goku or take over the world. 17 says that for now they are just going to kill Goku and will decide what to do next afterwards. Krillin asks why they want to kill Goku, since it was Dr. Gero who hated him, and he is now dead. 17 replies that Gero has nothing to do with it and that it is just a game, which is why he did not ask Krillin where Goku is. Krillin asks if they would leave Goku alone if he begged them, but Android 16 replies that they would not, they were created to kill Goku. 17 agrees and tells Krillin hurry and give his friends some Senzu Beans. Android 18 then kisses Krillin on the cheek, and the androids fly off.
Android 17 went on to travel the world, he eventually arrived at Monster Island where he fought a group of poachers and befriended the ranger there. He eventually married the ranger - who is also a zoologist - after becoming a ranger himself.
After Jaco leaves, 17 tells Goku that he will join the team to repay Goku for saving the animals and for his help and is willing to entrust Trunks and Goten to protect the island while he is gone. 17 reflects on the irony that he is on a team with the man he was programmed to kill. Goku tells him otherwise and mentions Tien Shinhan, Piccolo and Vegeta at one point in time were enemies with Goku and now they are all friends. 17 asks if Android 18 and his brother-in-law Krillin, the mini-monk as 17 called him, also apply. Goku confirms this, along with Majin Buu, which shocked 17. After being reassured he is no longer evil, as he is the good half of the evil, pure Kid Buu, 17 is surprised, saying that the savior of the world is turning his old enemies into friends. Shockingly, Goku tells 17 that he has no desire to be a savior, and, as a Saiyan, his only goals are to fight very strong people, but states that he cannot stand seeing innocent people or animals get hurt.
Due to the bio-mechanical and cybernetic enhancements Dr. Gero gave him, including an unlimited supply of energy that grants him limitless stamina and an accelerated recovery rate, he has power well-surpassing the standard capacity of Super Saiyan. He was also powerful enough to easily murder his modified creator, Dr. Gero, in three blows and be an even match for Piccolo fused with Kami. During their battle it was said by Piccolo that 17's punches were quite light, but that he possessed very high speed. However, he still had a long way to go, because he is said to have great potential, but this potential was never unleashed because of his absorption by Cell; it is after 10 years of training and working his life as a park ranger at the same time, that he was able to access much of it. According to Future Trunks, his power far exceeded his alternate timeline counterpart, even more so after he trained within the ten-year gap after the Cell Games. During the Imperfect Cell Saga, he was no match for Imperfect Cell, after having absorbed hundreds of thousands of people to increase his power. In Dragon Ball Super, after meeting and fighting with Goku, 17 admits that he would have lost to Goku if Goku was present when he was awakened. He is also stronger than his sister, Android 18.
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Projectile Motion: An object experiencing projectile motion behaves the same as an object in free fall in the sense that the only force acting on the object is the force due to gravity pulling the object downward. However, an object experiencing projectile motion moves in two dimensions, and therefore, the x and y components of the object's motion need to be analyzed separately. The x-component of the object's velocity remains constant through the object's motion, as there is no acceleration in the x-direction. The y-component of the object's velocity varies as it experiences downward acceleration due to gravity.
You know what acceleration is because you've been in a vehicle that speeds up, slows down or takes a sharp corner. When the car speeds up (accelerates) it pushes against your back as it accelerates you. When the car slows down, your body has forward inertia (tendency to keep moving with the same velocity) and tends to keep going until your seat belt exerts a backward force on you to slow you at the same rate as the car.
And when the car is turned through a tight corner at high speed, you feel like you're being thrown to the outside—pushed toward the outside door. What's really happening is that your body has inertia in the direction you were going before the turn; now the car is accelerating into the center of the turn and pushing on you.
Linear acceleration is easy. If the speed of an object traveling in a straight line increases or decreases, then the length of its velocity vector increases or decreases (speed is the magnitude of the velocity vector), therefore we have acceleration. Often we refer to an increase of speed as acceleration or "positive acceleration" and a decrease as deceleration or "negative acceleration". Linear acceleration is
The definition of linear acceleration is shown below. In it, we introduce the symbol Δ, the Greek letter Delta, which will mean "change in". We use Δ quite often in science in math to denote change. ΔT could mean change in temperature, Δx could mean change in position, &c. We read Δv as "delta-vee", and it means "subtract the initial value of v from the final value of v."
The SI units of acceleration are pronounced "meters per second-squared" or (less commonly) "meters per-second per-second." Recall that SI stands for Système International d'Unités, an internationally agreed-upon set of units for every measurement.
Because acceleration is just the velocity vector v multiplied by a scalar (1/t), acceleration is also a vector, and you should add it to your growing list of vector quantities.
Solution (b) Generally if we're looking for a distance, we use an average velocity. With a constant acceleration, the average velocity is just the average of the initial and final velocities (add them up and divide by 2), and in this case, vi = 0, so the average velocity is just 10.5/2 m/s = 5.25 m/s. Now we just rearrange the definition of velocity so that we can solve for distance (x),
Solution (c) This time we have the final velocity, vf = 15 m/s, so our average velocity will be 15/2 = 7.5 m/s, but we don't have the time over which this occurs. We'll have to go back to the definition of acceleration for that:
Solution: There are a couple of important things to realize about a problem like this. First, once a projectile (the ball) is released from whatever force launches it, there is no more upward acceleration at all; any remaining acceleration is the downward acceleration of gravity, which we call g (g = 9.8 m/s2). That downward acceleration is slowing the ball on its way up and speeding it up on its way down. 2b1af7f3a8