Chapter_4_Motion_in_Two_Dimension

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From 1-D to 2-D x r r r f i Avg r r v t - = r r r dr v dt = r r dv a dt = r r f i Avg v v a t - = r r r
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Question to ponder In two dimensions, a non-zero acceleration can A) Cause a change in the magnitude but not direction of velocity. B) Cause a change in direction but not magnitude of velocity C) Cause a change in both magnitude and direction of velocity D) Cause no change in velocity
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Solving for Motion in 2-D Remember, vectors can be broken into components! 2-D can just be solved as 2 independent problems in one dimension! Perpendicular directions must be chosen to do this!
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Once again . . . Constant Acceleration! What Equations can we use to solve problems with constant acceleration? Constant Acceleration in the vertical direction (ie. Gravity) and no acceleration in the horizontal direction is given a special name . . . The Kinematic Equations Projectile Motion!
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Test Your Skills Given an initial velocity of 10.0m/s at 45º
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