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Physics50LectureFinalReview

# Physics50LectureFinalReview - Physics 50 Lecture Final...

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Physics 50 Lecture Final Review 1. MOTION IN 1-D a) Understand the terms and concepts required to describe the motion of a particle moving in one dimension. b) Know how to use the kinematic equations to describe the motion of an object moving with constant acceleration c) Know how to use the graphs of x vs. t, v vs. t , and a vs. t to find the position, velocity, and acceleration of a particle moving with constant or non-constant acceleration. d) Know how to apply the kinematic equations to object in free-fall motion. e) Understand and know how to define the following terms: Position Displacement Average velocity Instantaneous velocity Average speed Average acceleration Instantaneous acceleration Free-fall Motion Acceleration of gravity 2. VECTORS a) What is a vector quantity? b) What is a scalar quantity? c) Know how to add vectors graphically (geometrically) and using component method.

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