Unformatted text preview: problem: the object moves in only one direction (down). Once we have the formalism for motion in one dimension, it will be easy to generalize our equations to two and three dimensions by replacing our scalarvalued functions for position, velocity, and acceleration with vectorvalued ones....
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 Fall '09
 
 Euclidean space, onedimensional motion, threedimensional world, simpler case

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