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Chapter 3. Acceleration

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... moves and for how long.   1. What is acceleration? 2. Average Acceleration and Instan-taneous Acceleration 3. More Velocity-time Graph 4. Displacement and Constant Accelera-tion 5. Acceleration Due to Gravity 6. Chapter 3 Quiz   Support ...

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... physics tutorial is the best way to learn physics! Welcome to easyphysics.net!     1. Basic Skills     2. Velocity 3. Acceleration 4. Forces and Newton's Laws 5. Motion in Two Dimensions 6. Projectile and Periodic Motion 7. Lesson ...

Chapter 7 What Can You Learn From a Ball?

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... how the ball will fall: The following table shows how to calculate position, velocity, and acceleration of the ball at a given time t.   Displacement Velocity Acceleration x-direction d = 0 v = 0 a = 0 y-direction v = at a = -9.8     ...

Chapter 4 - Forces

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... force. The acceleration is directly proportional to the net force and inversely proportional to the mass. It can be expressed in formula   F = ma where: F is the net force in N, m is the mass of an object in kg and a is its acceleration ...

Chapter 6 Projectile and Periodic Motion

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... . m/s = 1670 km/h. To calculate acceleration, use the formula . m/s 2 . You can see that we don't accelerate much (which is obvious).           QUESTION : A ball with a mass of 250 g has a centripetal acceleration of 5 m/s 2 . ...

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... physics tutorial is the best way to learn physics! Welcome to easyphysics.net!     1. Basic Skills     2. Velocity 3. Acceleration 4. Forces and Newton's Laws 5. Motion in Two Dimensions 6. Projectile and Periodic Motion 7. Lesson ...

Chapter 7 Quiz

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... Mechanics. You have studied the relationships between displacement, velocity, accel-eration, and time. You also learned what force is, and how it is related to mass and accel-eration. You have studied circular and projectile motions as well. ...

Sample for Formula Sheet

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... than to memorize them. [ Chapter 2 ] - [ Chapter 3 ] - [ Chapter 4 ] - [ Chapter 5 ] Chapter 2 . Velocity:   Chapter 3. Acceleration:   Chapter 4 . Forces: F = ma W = mg F N = - mg   Chapter 5 . Forces in Two Dimensions

Chapter 3 Quiz

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... 4. A car is at velocity of 20 km/h. If the car traveled 120 km in 3 hours at constant accel-eration, what is its final velocity? km/h 5. A car travels at constant acceleration of 5 m/s 2 from rest. How far has it traveled by the time it ...

Chapter 6 Quiz

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... 35 s to travel around a circular road that has a radius of 40 m. a. What is the velocity of the car? m/s b. What is the acceleration of the car? m/s 2 c. How big should the force of friction be to maintain this acceleration? N d. How big ...

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