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Q: How many college football players have 2000 yards passing and 1000 yards rushing?
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Math is a sequential subject. If a person misses a step then there is catch up to do which is not done often. This leaves the student in a hard place with classes rushing on with them left behind. If the teacher does not recognize that the student missed the concept then they are left behind.

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What is different between Bernoulli's equation and Continuity equation?

Answer First, we use the continuity equation to relate the two velocities. The two areas are related by A1 = 4A2 (note that it's 4, not 2: if the radius doubles, the area quadruples.) Thus the continuity equation says that v1A1 = v2A2 so that v2 = 4v1 (the uid in the larger pipe ows slower, and with greater pressure). Now using the above equation gives P1 􀀀 P2 = 1 2 (v2 2 􀀀 v2 1) 100 Pa = 1 2 (1000 kg=m3)(16v2 1 􀀀 v2 1) Solving for v1 gives v1 = s 100 (500)(15) m=s = :12m=s To get the full Bernoulli's equation, we just need to include gravity like we did before. Now let's consider a pipe which goes up and downhill. Then we need to do work to get the water to go uphill as well, from y1 to y2. The potential energy is as always mgh. We then have (P1 􀀀 P2)V = 1 2 mv2 2 􀀀 1 2 mv2 1 + mg(y2 􀀀 y1) 3 Rearraging again gives Bernoulli's equation: P1 + 1 2 v2 1 + gy1 = P2 + 1 2 v2 2 + gy2 If you set the velocities equal to zero like we were doing last time, then this equation reduces to our earlier one. There are many consequences of Bernoulli's equation. In fact, Bernoulli's equation also applies to air. It's why planes y, and curve balls curve. The basic idea is that when air is moving faster, its pressure is lower. Thus if you manage to have an object like a baseball or a plane wing with dierent pressures on dierent sides, the object will feel a net force. A spinning baseball drags some of the air with it. This means on opposite sides, the air is moving at dierent speeds. This results in a change in pressure, and makes the ball move sideways. The shape of a plane wing causes the air rushing past to go faster on top. This lowers the pressure and hence causes the wing to lift up. 4

Related questions

Are sacks in college football passing or rushing?

Yes, sacks count against rushing stats.

Are sacks considered negative rushing yards for a quarterback?

yes, in college football. In the NFL sack yardage is taken away from the team passing total. It has no affect on rushing yards.

What are rushing yards in football?

Rushing yards are yards gained by running the ball instead of passing.

What 7 players have more than 25000 passing yards and 2500 rushing?

As of the 2008 season: 1) Randall Cunningham - 4,928 rushing yards and 29,979 passing yards 2) Steve Young - 4,239 rushing yards and 33,124 passing yards 3) Fran Tarkenton - 3,674 rushing yards and 47,003 passing yards 4) Steve McNair - 3,590 rushing yards and 31,304 passing yards 5) John Elway - 3,407 rushing yards and 51,475 passing yards 6) Donovan McNabb - (through 1 game of the 2008 season) 2,965 rushing yards and 25,765 passing yards 7) Jim Harbaugh - 2,787 rushing yards and 26,288 passing yards

What college quarterbacks have rushed for a 1000 yards and passed for a 1000 yards in 1 season?

Robert Griffin III of Baylor (10,071 passing and 2,199 rushing with one game left in his college career), Colin Kaepernick of Nevada (10,098 passing and 4,112 rushing), and Dan Lefevour of Central Michigan (12,905 passing and 2,948 rushing).

Which college football quarterback has the most rushing yards in a season?

denard robinson

Who in college football has the most 100 yard rushing games?

hershall walker

What kind of information can be found on the website Wisconsin High School Football?

The website on Wisconsin High School Football provides information like players who are leading in certain things like rushing leaders, passing leaders. It also provides football headlines about the latest hot topics.

Who has the most rushing yards in college football history as a big east quarterback?

Pat White holds the QB rushing record.

Which college football team has the most rushing yards in history?

1971 Oklahoma Sooners

Who has the most college rushing yards ever in division 1 football?

Ron Dayne

What is a rush in the NFL?

Rushing in U.S. football is the act of the ofense running with the ball from the line of scrimmage. As opposed to throwing it forward (passing)or running it back from a punt or kickoff.