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F_01_Eq_Sheet

# F_01_Eq_Sheet - r v a c 2 = Centripetal acceleration T r v...

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Physics 211 Fall 2001 Concepts and Equations t v a = Defines acceleration in terms of how the velocity changes. v v v i f + = How two instantaneous velocities are related to the change in velocity. t x v ave = Or the “mid-time” velocity. Defines displacement and average velocity. a x t = 2 Only if the initial velocity is zero. May not use this to find x or acceleration. hyp opp = θ sin hyp adj = θ cos adj opp = θ tan g m W A A E = , B A k B A N f , , μ = Kinetic friction B A s B A N f , max , μ = Max static friction a m F net = Second Law
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Unformatted text preview: r v a c 2 = Centripetal acceleration T r v π 2 = Uniform circular motion f net i KE x F KE = ∆ • + Work-Energy f T other i T E x F E , , = ∆ • + “other” means not gravity or spring forces s g T PE PE KE E + + = The buckets 2 2 1 mv KE = Kinetic Energy mgh PE g = Potential Energy, gravity 2 2 1 x k PE s ∆ = Potential Energy, spring x k F ∆-= Defines the spring constant, k...
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