Chapter 1 Notes - Draw the first vector-Move the second...

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Chapter 1 – Interactions and Motion Indicators of Interactions - Change of velocity - Change of identity - Change of shape - Change of temperature Newton’s First Law - An object moves in a straight line and at constant speed, except to the extent that it interacts with other objects Vector () - A quantity with magnitude and direction - Examples: position and velocity Scalar - A quantity represented by a single number - Examples: mass and temperature Unit Vector () - A vector of magnitude 1, pointing in some direction - Same direction as the original vector - No physical units Vector Addition -
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Unformatted text preview: Draw the first vector-Move the second vector without rotating it so its tail is located at the tip of the first vector-Draw a new vector from the tail of vector one to the tip of vector two Vector Subtraction-Draw the first vector -Move the second vector without rotating it so its tail is located at the tail of the first vector -Draw a new vector from the tip of vector two to the tip of vector one Momentum-A vector quantity involving the product of mass and velocity -The direction of momentum is the same direction as the velocity Equations to Know--...
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course PHYS 2211 taught by Professor Prog during the Spring '09 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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