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Vectors (reminder) www.ux1.eiu.edu/%7Ecfadd/3050/Ch10ProjMot/Vectors.html ... Vectors A quantity is a vector if it is fully specified by a number, a unit  and a direction. A few examples are displacement 5.3 km, due North velocity 2.34 m/s, 30 o W of N acceleration 9.8 m/s 2 , downward momentum 1.234 kgm/s, to ...
PHY 1151 www.ux1.eiu.edu/%7Ecfadd/115005/Hmwk/Ch02/Ch02.html ... what time and where are these two displacements equal? The motorist's position or displacement is given by s mot = (36.1 m/s) t The police car's displacement or position is given by s pol = (5.8 m/s 2 ) t 2 For what time and ...
Vectors (reminder) www.ux1.eiu.edu/%7Ecfadd/3050/Ch10RrojMot/Vectors.html ... Vectors A quantity is a vector if it is fully specified by a number, a unit  and a direction. A few examples are displacement 5.3 km, due North velocity 2.34 m/s, 30 o W of N acceleration 9.8 m/s 2 , downward momentum 1.234 kgm/s, to ...
Oscillations www.ux1.eiu.edu/%7Ecfadd/115005/Hmwk/Ch13/Ch13.html ... constant of a single spring that has the same effect as the combination of springs in the diagram. With this arrangement, a displacement of x causes a force of F 1 =  k 1 x due to the spring on the left and a force of F 2 =  k 2 x due ...
Seismic Waves www.ux1.eiu.edu/%7Ecfjps/1300/earthquake.html ... an earthquake fault ruptures, it causes two types of deformation: static ; and dynamic . Static deformation is the permanent displacement of the ground due to the event. The earthquake cycle progresses from a fault that is not under ...
PHY 1150 www.ux1.eiu.edu/%7Ecfadd/115005/Hmwk/Ch02/Ch02Q.html ... v 2 = v i 2 + 2 a (x  x i ) D2.1 A bicyclist travels with an average velocity of 15 km/h, North for 20 minutes. What is his displacement? D2.2 The speed of sound in air is about 330 m/s. You observe a lightning bolt strike a tree 1.5 km ...
July 7 Meeting castle.eiu.edu/~mstrplan/July0710Meetings.php ... to the East. * Chilled water extension could also serve Blair Hall Negative attributes: * There would be parking space displacement and relocation to another site (initial assessment is 5065 spaces) * EIU has no control over ...
Work and Energy www.ux1.eiu.edu/%7Ecfadd/3050/Ch07Energy/pend.html ... total amount of energy, E Tot = KE + PE remains constant, Because of energy conservation, a pendulum has the same maximum displacement on one side as on the other side. If you pull a heavy pendulum up to your chin and release it, it will ...
Vectors and 2D Motion www.ux1.eiu.edu/~cfadd/1150/03Vct2D/Unit.html ... i and j are "unit vectors", they are sometimes (or oftentimes) written with a "hat" or "caret" above them, Vector Components Displacement, Velocity, and Acceleration Return to ToC, Vectors and 2D Motion (c) 2002, Doug Davis; all rights ...
Work and Energy www.ux1.eiu.edu/~cfadd/1150/06WrkEng/Sum.html ... by distance and has units of J = joule = Nm Work is the component of the force in the direction of the displacement, multiplied by the displacement, or Energy is the ability to do work. You may think of energy as "stored up work"; KE = ( ...

