Unformatted text preview: a(t) as scalar-valued functions for position, velocity, and acceleration, we will reinterpret these functions as being vector-valued. In other words, instead of the value of x(t) at a particular point in time being a number (or scalar), the value of the function at that point will be a vector...
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- Fall '09
- Euclidean space, real-world kinematics problems, dimensional cases