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Unformatted text preview: One-Dimensional Kinematics . Thus we can simply state the equations, alongside their translational analogues: v f = v o + at f = o + t x f = x o + v o t + at 2 f = o + o t + t 2 v f 2 = v o 2 + 2 ax f 2 = o 2 +2 x = ( v o + v f ) t = ( o + f ) t These equations for rotational motion are used identically as the corollary equations for translational motion. In addition, like translational motion, these equations are only valid when the acceleration, , is constant. These equations are frequently used and form the basis for the study of rotational motion....
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