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Unformatted text preview: • Determining velocity from position vs. time graph and acceleration from velocity vs. time graph. • Determining distance from velocity vs. time graph. Motion with Constant Acceleration—Mathematical Models • Application of kinematics equations to motion in one-dimension • Application of kinematics equations to projectile motion Dynamics • Representing forces on free-body diagrams • Application of Newton's Laws to systems that may include friction, strings, and/or springs Suggested Review Multiple Choice Questions at the end of Chapters 2, 3, 4, and 5; answers to odd-numbered questions in text Practice HW Assignments in Mastering Physics (Chapters 2-5 available)...
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- Spring '08
- Force, Kinematics Equations, Constant Acceleration—Graphical Models, Constant Acceleration—Mathematical Models