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Study notes exam 1-c

Study notes exam 1-c - General Physics I 2D Motion...

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General Physics I - 2D Motion Components of motion (w/o resistance) Projectile Motion g (down!!) Range = (v o 2 sin 2 )/g v x = constant v y = changes due to g v y = 0 at max height (h) v xo = v o cos & v yo = v o sin note: v o = (v xo 2 + v yo 2 ) ½ x = v xo t & y = v yo t for constant acceleration due to gravity (g): x = v xo t + ½ a x t 2 y = v yo t + ½ a y t 2 v x = v xo + a x t v y = v yo + a y t Vectors: A + B = B + A (Triangle Method) subtraction === A - B = A + (- B ) : a negative sign refers to the opposite direction * or / = change magnitude (direction if there is a negative #)
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