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0917_chap13 - Announcements Agenda Relativemotion(13.8)

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genda Announcements Agenda Relative motion (13.8) itching between coordinate systems Switching between coordinate systems Homework – due Monday 3 140 13 146 13.140, 13.146 Supplemental Problems 3 137 13 157/158 13.137, 13.157/158
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Circular Motion Accelerations normal tangential coordinates:  Radial transverse coordinates: 2 vd v In general,     2 ˆˆ 2 ar r e r r e   r θ nt ae e dt  What are the conditions for circular motion in the two coordinate systems?
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Relative Motion Example Airplane A is flying horizontally in a straight line and its speed is being increased at a rate of 6 m/s 2 . Airplane B is following a circular path of 200 m radius and its speed is being decreased
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course ME 240 taught by Professor Zinn during the Spring '07 term at Wisconsin.

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0917_chap13 - Announcements Agenda Relativemotion(13.8)

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