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Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration in 2-Dimensions

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Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration in 2-Dimensions Next: Displacement Up: Motion in Two Dimensions Previous: Scalars and Vectors Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration in 2-Dimensions Recall: In 1-dimension, the vector nature of ...

Displacement

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Displacement Next: Average Velocity Up: Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration Previ-ous: Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration Displacement In Figure 3.2, an object is at position at time t i (point P). Some time later, t f , the object ...

Displacement

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Displacement Next: Average Velocity Up: Motion in One Dimension Previous: Motion in One Dimension Displacement Definition : Displacement is change in position, = - where is the final position and is the initial position. The arrow indicates ...

Average Velocity

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Average Velocity Next: Instantaneous Velocity Up: Displacement, Velocity and Accelera-tion Previous: Displacement Average Velocity Definition : = =      (2) As with the 1 dim-ensional definition, is independent of the path between the end ...

Average Acceleration

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Average Acceleration Next: Instantaneous Acceleration Up: Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration Previous: Instantaneous Velocity Average Acceleration Definition : www-ad-min@theory.uwinnipeg.ca 10/9/1997

Motion in One Dimension

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Motion in One Dimension Next: Displacement Up: Main physics index Previous: Motion in One Dimension Motion in One Dimension In this chapter we discuss motion in one dimen-sion. We introduce definitions for displacement, velocity and accelerat ...

Motion in Two Dimensions

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... direction. In this chapter, we define displacement, velocity and acceleration as vectors in two dimensions. We also discuss the solution of projectile motion problems in two dim-ensions.   Scalars and Vectors Displacement, Velocity and ...

Instantaneous Velocity

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Instantaneous Velocity Next: Average Acceleration Up: Displacement, Velocity and Acc-eleration Previous: Average Velocity Instantaneous Velocity Definition : =   Figure 3.3: In-stantaneous velocity in 2-D. Interpretation : When t 0, the point ...

Instantaneous Acceleration

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Instantaneous Acceleration Next: Projectile Motion Up: Displacement, Velocity and Acc-eleration Previous: Average Acceleration Instantaneous Acceleration Definition : Note: a particle can accelerate in different ways: 1. The magnitude of can ...

Average Velocity

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Average Velocity Next: Instantaneous Velocity Up: Motion in One Dimension Previous: Displacement Average Velocity Definition : Average Velocity is displacement over total time. Mathematically:   =      (1) Note: the overbar is frequently ...

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