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Unformatted text preview: seconds, then moves to the left at a slower constant velocity. ©Modeling Workshop Project 2006 1 Unit II Reading-Motion Maps v3.0 Consider the interpretation of the motion map below. At time t = 0, cyclist A starts moving to the right at constant velocity, at some position to the right of the origin. Cyclist B starts at the origin and travels to the right at a constant, though greater velocity. At t = 3 s, B overtakes A (i.e., both have the same position, but B is moving faster). A graphical representation of the behavior of cyclists A and B would like this: You could also represent the behavior algebraically as follows: x = ω Α τ + ξ ,φορΑ = Β ,φορΒ where v B > v A Throughout this semester, you will be representing the behavior of objects in motion in multiple ways: diagrammatically (motion maps), graphically and algebraically. ©Modeling Workshop Project 2006 2 Unit II Reading-Motion Maps v3.0...
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2010 for the course PHYS 1610 taught by Professor Wimmer during the Spring '08 term at A.T. Still University.
- Spring '08