In the above syntax we are using ‘Close’ method of workbook object to close the workbook. VBA Close Workbook: Example 1 Please find the below example, It will take you through to close workbook where SaveChanges:=True.

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We wish to find the height (h) which is the drop in curvature over the distance (d) Using the circumference we find that 1 kilometer has the angle 360° / 40 030 km = 0.009°. The angle (a) is then a = 0.009° * distance (d) The derived formula h = r * (1 - cos a) is accurate for any distance (d)

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The impact velocity of the object will also be given at each bounce. The functionality of the buttons are as follows: Start= Drop the ball after Energy, Mass and EAS have been set; resume after step or pause has been selected Step = Drop the ball once and it rebounds to its maximum height and then pauses Reset = Reset experiment to intial values

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In the above syntax we are using ‘Close’ method of workbook object to close the workbook. VBA Close Workbook: Example 1 Please find the below example, It will take you through to close workbook where SaveChanges:=True.

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The object has a surface area the size and shape of a human elbow (which I very roughly guesstimated to be around 20cm2. When calculating the force of this impact I need the momentum and the duration of the impact. The momentum is easy enough to calculate, but how is the duration of impact worked out?