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Instantaneous velocity

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Instantaneous velocity Next: Example of a limit Up: Definition of velocity Previous: Average velocity Instantaneous velocity Now the idea of average velocity is something that is fairly straightforward, but the idea of instantaneous velocity ...


Average velocity

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Average velocity Next: Instantaneous velocity Up: Definition of velocity Previous: Definition of velocity Average velocity Suppose you're cruising down the highway and you go 60 miles in 1 hour. Then your average velocity is 60 mi/hr. ...


Definition of velocity

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Definition of velocity Next: Average velocity Up: Motion in one dimension Previous: Motion in one dimension Definition of velocity First we'll define average velocity and use that to understand the notion of instantaneous velocity ...


escape velocity

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escape velocity Next: example Up: Gravitational Potential Energy Previous: Gravitational Potential Energy escape velocity ``What goes up must always come down". Not necessa-rily. Consider this plot of the potential energy Here we have a plot ...


Velocity as a function of time and initial conditions

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Velocity as a function of time and initial conditions Next: Position as a function Up: Motion with constant acceleration Previous: Motion with constant acceleration Velocity as a function of time and initial conditions So now we get to see ...


The instantaneous velocity

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The instantaneous velocity Next: Definition of acceleration Up: Definition of velocity Prev-ious: The average velocity The instantaneous velocity Now we can define instantaneous velocity in analogy to the derivative definition in one ...


relation with velocity

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relation with velocity Next: Properties of the cross Up: The direction of a Previous: The direction of a relation with velocity Now remember we learned that the velocity at a point on the object , where is the distance between the point and ...


Definition of velocity

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... of velocity Next: The average velocity Up: Motion in two and Previous: Motion in two and Definition of velocity First we'll define average velocity and use that to understand the notion of instantaneous velocity The average velocity ...


The average velocity

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The average velocity Next: The instantaneous velocity Up: Definition of velocity Previous: Definition of velocity The average velocity Suppose you're a camel on a large flat plane, and start out 1 mile east of Timbuktu and 2 miles north. ...


Simple Harmonic Oscillator

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Simple Harmonic Oscillator Simple Harmonic Oscillator in 1 Dimension Display vectors: None Velocity Acceleration Display values: None Energy Position Velocity Acceleration Ini-tial position= m. Initial velocity= m/s. Spring constant= N/m. ...


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