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PH 1110, Second Lecture Professors NA Burnham ( lectures ) and TH Keil ( logistics ) [email protected] ; [email protected] OH 219, X5365; OH 105, X5419 Lab Manager Mr FL Hutson ( labs ) [email protected] , OH 217, X5527 Welcome, again Displacement, velocity, acceleration Important points for today and Monday The room will be nearly full; there will be only a few spare seats. Please move to the middle of your row so that others can more easily find a seat.
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• Displacement, velocity, and acceleration 1. Nomenclature: a. r (t), v (t), a (t) for 3D b. x(t), v x (t), a x (t) for 1D 2. Which are scalars, which are vectors? a. Distance vs displacement b. Speed vs velocity c. Magnitude of acceleration vs acceleration 3. How are x(t), v x (t), and a x (t) related? a. Mathematically? b. Graphically? 4. Average vs instantaneous velocity and acceleration 5. Important that you be able to interpret graphs 6. Some examples
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• Important points for today and Monday 1. HW1 is due today. Lab 0 is due at midnight.
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course PH 1110 taught by Professor Kiel during the Fall '08 term at WPI.

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