PC1431-L01 - All figures/diagrams/illustrations used in...

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All figures/diagrams/illustrations used in these lecture slides are copyrighted materials from the text book adopted for this module: Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics, Serway th ed.) or Serway & Jewett (6 th ed.) These lecture slides are strictly for use related to the PC1431 Physics IE module. Any other use,
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PC1431 PC1431 Lecture 01 Lecture 01 Displacement Velocity Acceleration Motion in one dimension
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Objectives Able to describe 1D motion in terms of position, velocity and acceleration . Understand the properties of 1D motion with constant acceleration, and able to solve related problems. Understand the properties of simple harmonic motion.
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Kinematics Describe motion in terms of space and time (Ignore the agents that caused the motion). Types of motion Translational Rotational Vibrational One dimensional motion: We will consider only motion along a straight line first. Particle approximation
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PC 1431 taught by Professor Andrewwee during the Summer '04 term at National University of Singapore.

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