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Kinematics, Relative Velocity, and Dynamics Review Kinematics 1) Draw a diagram. 2) Determine what variables are given, and what need to be solved. (ex. ݔ,ݔ ,ݕ,ݕ ,ܽ,ݐ ). 3) Determine which equations you can use to solve things. Below is a table of kinematic equations, and the variables they require. Select the equations that you have the most information for. [table 1] 4) Solve for the variables the question is asking for. 5) Sometimes, questions will require multiple steps and require finding an “intermediate solution” before you can reach the final solution. or Combining two equations together to solve for an unknown Example2.87 in text book Given that the last h/4 of the building took 1.0s, you know that at the start of the last interval, Spiderman already has an initial velocity ݒ (from falling 3h/4). Define up to be positive, ݒ to be the velocity at the top of the building (h) and ݒ to be the velocity at h/4. You can use equations

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• Spring '08
• Musumeci
• Velocity, Relative velocity, 0m/S, Dynamics Review

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