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# 008b - "I I Acceleration is the rate of change of the...

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Unformatted text preview: "I I Acceleration is the rate of change of the velocity. An amount of change is the product of the rate of change and the time, so the change in the velocity equals the product of the acceleration and the time. If the acceleration is not constant, though, the average acceleration would need to be determined for the time interval before this computation could he carried out [or calculus used if the acceleration can be expressed as a function of time}. In the case of constant acceleration, though, the problem is much simpler. I With constant acceleration, the velocity changes by a constant number of meters per second each passing second {me}. This makes ﬁnding the change in velocity that results very simple. The net change in the velocity equals the product of this constant acceleration and the time. THIS IS THE FIRST OF THE FOUR FUNDNIIIENTM HINEIII'IATIES EQUATIONS FOR lIZIZIINST.EI.NT ACEELEHA— TIDH. ALII-I'IDST EVERY COMPREHENSIVE em EXPECTS STUDENTS TD HA‘II'E THE FOUR EQUATIIDNS DF HINEHATICS MEMDRllED. : 2on .J warm ...
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