4.2 - Again, the velocity vector can be decomposed into its...

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4.2. Velocity The velocity of an object in two or three dimensions is defined analogously to its definition in Chapter 2: This equation shows that the velocity of an object in two or three dimensions is also a vector.
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Unformatted text preview: Again, the velocity vector can be decomposed into its three components: The components of (t) can be calculated from the corresponding components of the position vector (t): We conclude:...
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