Two Dimensional Motion AP

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Two Dimensional Motion AP Physics C

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Position and Velocity Vectors At every point along a path, the instantaneous velocity vector is tangent to the path at that point dt r d v t r v k z j y i x r av = = + + = ˆ ˆ ˆ
Components of Instantaneous Velocity dt dz v dt dy v dt dx v z y x = = =

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Acceleration Vector on) accelerati ous instantane of s (component dt dv a dt dv a dt dv a dt v d a t v a z z y y x x av = = = = =
Parallel and Perpendicular Accelerations When a is parallel (or antiparallel) to v , its effect is to change the magnitude of v, but NOT its direction. When a is perpendicular to v , its effect is to change the direction of v but not its magnitude

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Parallel and Perpendicular Accelerations

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Unformatted text preview: Projectile Motion Projectile Motion Equations 2 2 1 gt t v y t v x y x-= ∆ = ∆ Other Projectile Motion Equations x x y y y y v v x a v v at v v 2 2 2 = ∆ + = + = By the way… • All equations on the three previous slides come from applying a y = -g , a x = 0 , and the vector components of velocity to the three equations of motion Three Launching Styles Style 1 v 0y = 0 Three Launching Styles Style 2 Δy = 0 Three Launching Styles Style 3a Three Launching Styles Style 3b Δy = ? 14.6, 3.4 Relative Velocity Relative Velocity...
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