Lecture+3 - DESCRIBING MOTION IN 1D(1D KINEMATICS August 26th 2016 Instructor Dr Travis Merritt Review Review Instantaneous Velocity Velocity to

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DESCRIBING MOTION IN 1D (1D KINEMATICS) August 26th, 2016 Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
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Review Instantaneous Velocity Velocity to Position Acceleration Suppose Kevin is trying to get back home after being downtown for most of the night. He is unsuccessful. He ends up right back where he started. Below are the av- erage displacement vectors that describe his path back home. What is the length of Δ ~ r 3 ? All lengths are given in kilometers. A 2 km B 2.5 km C 5.3 km D 4.5 km E 6 km 3
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Review Instantaneous Velocity Velocity to Position Acceleration Suppose Kevin is trying to get back home after being downtown for most of the night. He is unsuccessful. He ends up right back where he started. Below are the av- erage displacement vectors that describe his path back home. What is the length of Δ ~ r 3 ? All lengths are given in kilometers. A 2 km B 2.5 km C 5.3 km D 4.5 km E 6 km 3
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Review Instantaneous Velocity Velocity to Position Acceleration Suppose Kevin is trying to get back home after being downtown for most of the night. He is unsuccessful. He ends up right back where he started. Below are the av- erage displacement vectors that describe his path back home. What is the length of Δ ~ r 3 ? All lengths are given in kilometers. A 2 km B 2.5 km C 5.3 km D 4.5 km E 6 km 3
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Review Instantaneous Velocity Velocity to Position Acceleration Vector ~ A has a magnitude of 2.00 m and vector ~ B has a magnitude of 5.00 m. If the direction of each vector is unknown, what is the largest possible value for the magnitude of ~ A - ~ B ? A 3.00 m B 5.39 m C 7.0 m D -3.00 m 4
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Review Instantaneous Velocity Velocity to Position Acceleration Vector ~ A has a magnitude of 2.00 m and vector ~ B has a magnitude of 5.00 m. If the direction of each vector is unknown, what is the largest possible value for the magnitude of ~ A - ~ B ? A 3.00 m B 5.39 m C 7.0 m D -3.00 m 4
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Review Instantaneous Velocity Velocity to Position Acceleration Vector ~ A has a magnitude of 2.00 m and vector ~ B has a magnitude of 5.00 m. If the direction of each vector is unknown, what is the largest possible value for the magnitude of ~ A - ~ B ? A 3.00 m B 5.39 m C 7.0 m D -3.00 m 4
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Review Instantaneous Velocity Velocity to Position Acceleration REVIEW 1 Vector Mathematics Subtraction of vectors 5
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Review Instantaneous Velocity Velocity to Position Acceleration REVIEW 1 Vector Mathematics Subtraction of vectors 5
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Review Instantaneous Velocity Velocity to Position Acceleration REVIEW 1 Vector Mathematics Subtraction of vectors 5
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Review Instantaneous Velocity Velocity to Position Acceleration REVIEW 1 Tools to analyze motion: Motion Diagrams and Vectors 2 Quantities that describe motion - how an object’s position changes in time average speed = distance traveled time interval spent traveling ~v avg = Δ ~ r Δ t 6
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Review Instantaneous Velocity Velocity to Position Acceleration REVIEW 1 Tools to analyze motion: Motion Diagrams and Vectors 2 Quantities that describe motion - how an object’s position changes in time average speed = distance traveled time interval spent traveling ~v avg = Δ ~ r Δ t 6
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Review Instantaneous Velocity Velocity to Position
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