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IC4.1caroncurve

# IC4.1caroncurve - decreasing at the constant rate of 0.6...

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IC4.1 Car on Curve (Hit F5 to Begin) Video: Cars and Curves Click on link. Your computer will open a browser. After you watch the video, close the browser and return to Powerpoint and left click to continue to next page.

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What coordinate system? Solve for each of the terms Since have a distance and want a final velocity, what relationship can we use? Solve the integral t Find total acceleration magnitude. 2/116 A car travels on a level curved road with a speed that is
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Unformatted text preview: decreasing at the constant rate of 0.6 m/s 2 per second. As the car passes point A, its speed is 16 m/s. Calculate the magnitude of the total acceleration of the car as it passes point B which is 120 m down the road from point A. The radius of curvature at point B is 60 m. IC 4.1 – Car in a Curve Solution: Problem Type: Find : Given: v(A) = 16 m/s, a t = -0.6 m/s 2 ,ρ(B) = 60m a(B) Kinematics 2 Sketch...
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