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Vectors (reminder)

... 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 accel-eration 9.8 m/s 2 , downward momentum 1.234 kg-m/s, to ...

PHY 1151

... 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)

... 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 accel-eration 9.8 m/s 2 , downward momentum 1.234 kg-m/s, to ...

Oscillations

... 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 ear-thquake cycle progresses from a fault that is not under ...

PHY 1150

... 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 assess-ment is 50-65 spaces) *  EIU has no control over ...

Work and Energy

... total amount of energy, E Tot = KE + PE remains constant, Because of energy conser-vation, 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

... 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