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useful Possibly relations: v = v0 + at x = x0 + v0t + 1 at2 2 ~average = ~ =t v x ~ average = ~ =t a v ~ = d~2=dt a v ~ = d~ =dt v x v ~ W = m~ g ac = r 2 v0 ~B = ~Ap+ ~AB v v v R = g sin 2 ,b b2 ,4ac x = 2a 0 fs s Fn W = R xx R F Wnet = K ~ d~ W = Fr dr = RF r E =K +U ~ d~ U = ,W = , F r U = mgy + U0 ~ v Wnc = E P = dW =RF ~ dt ~ ~ M RCM = mi~i r M RCM = ~dm r ~ dP ~ p ~ = m~ v F = dt d = d! ! = dt dt aT =...

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useful Possibly relations: v = v0 + at x = x0 + v0t + 1 at2 2 ~average = ~ =t v x ~ average = ~ =t a v ~ = d~2=dt a v ~ = d~ =dt v x v ~ W = m~ g ac = r 2 v0 ~B = ~Ap+ ~AB v v v R = g sin 2 ,b b2 ,4ac x = 2a 0 fs s Fn W = R xx R F Wnet = K ~ d~ W = Fr dr = RF r E =K +U ~ d~ U = ,W = , F r U = mgy + U0 ~ v Wnc = E P = dW =RF ~ dt ~ ~ M RCM = mi~i r M RCM = ~dm r ~ dP ~ p ~ = m~ v F = dt d = d! ! = dt dt aT = r ! = !0 + t 2 !2 = !0 + 2 , 0 ~ = I~ 1 I! 2 P= ! K=2 ~ dL ~ = dt VCM = R! ~ B = AB sin ^ ~ A n ~ =~F r ~ ~ ! L = I~ XCG W = wixi GME m , GME m U r = + RE U r = , GMrE m r 1 ~ = rFsin F12 = , Gm12m2 r12 r2 ^ ! T = 1=f f = 2 q x = A cos!t + T = 2 L=g ,b=2mt 0 cos! t + x = A0e = m=b q 0 = ! 2 , b2 2 Q = 2 EE ! q 0 4m v = T= v = f 1 ! 2 A2v P =q ynx; t = An cos!n tsin kn x 2 q RT v = B= v= M = 10 logI=I0 I0 = 10,12W m2 = M=V P = F=A FBouy: = Wdisp: v1A1 = v2A2 G = 6:67 10,11 Nm2=kg2 H2 O 2 v2 = v0 + 2ax ~ ~ FAB = ,FBA ~ F = m~ a Fx = ,kx r v = 2T fk = k Fn 1 K = 2 mv2 ~ ~ A B = AB cos U = 1 kx2 2 F x = ,dU=dx ~ R~ ~ J = Fdt = Fav t = ~ p v = r! 1 ...

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