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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 AccelerationMathematical 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