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# Discussion04 - Question 3.16 Problem 3.35 Problem 3.36(a A...

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Relative Velocity General Physics I Mechanics Racquetball Striking a Wall Physics 140 Mt. Etna Stewart Hall

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Relative Velocity Velocity addition (Galilean transformation): Here v A/B is the relative velocity of object A with respect to object B (or frame of reference B ) C B B A C A v v v / / / r r r = x C B x B A x C A v v v , / , / , / = Mutual velocities: If v B/C is constant, then the accelerations are: Acceleration is the same in all frames of reference moving with constant velocity with respect to each other ( inertial frames ) B A C A a a / / r r = A B B A v v / / r r - =
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Problem 3.36 (a) A.

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Unformatted text preview: Question 3.16 Problem 3.35 Problem 3.36 (a) A. due east B. 25.5°north of east C. 28.4°north of east D. 61.6°north of east E. 64.5°north of east (b) A. 2.2 m/s B. 3.7 m/s C. 4.2 m/s D. 4.7 m/s E. 6.2 m/s (c) A. 129 s B. 172 s C. 190 s D. 217 s E. 364 s Problem 3.36 (a) A. due east B. 25.5°north of east C. 28.4°north of east D. 61.6°north of east E. 64.5°north of east (b) A. 2.2 m/s B. 3.7 m/s C. 4.2 m/s D. 4.7 m/s E. 6.2 m/s (c) A. 129 s B. 172 s C. 190 s D. 217 s E. 364 s Problem 3.84...
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