Lecture05 - Phy 2053 Chapter sections 2.5-2.6 and 3.1-3.4 Kinematics 1-D constant acceleration motion Free Fall Vectors and Motion in 2-D Thursday

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1 Phy 2053 Announcements 1. If you got an email about WebAssign being canceled and receiving a refund, please sign up again (only if your WebAssign was not bundles with the text). 2. Homework due Wednesday at 11:59pm for credit. You can do it without having a registration code through Sept. 12. Phy 2053 Chapter sections 2.5-2.6 and 3.1-3.4 Kinematics, 1-D constant acceleration motion, Free Fall, Vectors, and Motion in 2-D Thursday, Sept. 8, 2007—Gary Ihas Kinematic Equations Describe Motion of an Object-ball, rocket, person… Used in situations with uniform acceleration a  o vv α t Equation #1 (velocity) Vel. at time t 0 average v+ v v = v = 2 0 v x v = = 2 t 0 v = 2 x t    2 00 0 v + 1 = v 22 at tta t Some examples of Use t 2 v v t v x f o average Zero acceleration: 2 o a x Time not needed: o vv a t Displacement not needed: 2 o at 2 1 t v x Final velocity not needed: v 0 t ½at 2 Kinematic Equations—1-2 Constant Acceleration Eq. 1 o t  2 1 2 o xv t a t or 0 v - v t= a Eq. 2  2 o a x Eq. 3 Putting t from Eq. 1 into Eq. 2 we get Eq.3 - and 3 Note Eq. 3 is not independent of Eq. 1 and Eq. 2 Free Fall
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Lecture05 - Phy 2053 Chapter sections 2.5-2.6 and 3.1-3.4 Kinematics 1-D constant acceleration motion Free Fall Vectors and Motion in 2-D Thursday

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