09_09_2D_Motion - 2 Let the motion progress for 6 seconds...

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Physics 211 9/9 HW Handout Name_________________________ Fall 2002 2-D Motion Due Thursday 9/12 For each case below do all of the following: –Draw an accurate representation of the initial velocity vector. –Find the x and y components of this vector. –Find the x and y components of the final velocity vector. –Find the actual final velocity vector (magnitude and angle). –Draw an accurate representation of the final velocity vector. 1) The initial velocity is 10m/s directed to the right and up at 25 ° above the horizontal. The acceleration is only in the y direction and is directed up at 2.0m/s
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Unformatted text preview: 2 . Let the motion progress for 6 seconds to find the final components. Show all your work/reasoning. 2) The initial velocity is 20m/s directed 40 ° clockwise from north. The acceleration is 6.0m/s 2 directed due west. Let the motion progress for 6 seconds to find the final components. Show all your work/reasoning. At what instant in time is the object moving due north? What is its speed then? Moving due North means the velocity vector points exactly north....
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