Reaching New Heights with Ambiguous Rockets

Kristin Card, Alex Durante, Daniel Overbo


The height of a rocket is modeled with respect to time by taking
into account its thrust, the rate at which its mass changes,
and assuming that it flies straight up. Several simplifying assumptions
are made, namely; thrust, force due to gravity and
the change in mass with respect to time are all constant, and
that drag is negligible.

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