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# Lecture02 - Office Hours Monday and Tuesday from 11:15 to...

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Office Hours Monday and Tuesday from 11:15 to 12:30 I am always available to answer your questions for ~ 30 minutes right after each class By appointment (typically in the afternoon)

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Leaning Assistants’ Chatroom Hours Matt and Chris will be available in the chatroom to answer your questions about homework problems from 8 to 10 pm on each day a Mastering Physics assignment is due and on the previous day First day – January 16 (the day before MP1 is due) They will answer questions and help you with solving problems, but have been instructed NOT to give out complete solutions to homework NOR to provide final answers and results Do not rely on the chatroom too heavily, as physics problems are best explained face-to-face – in class, in the Help Room, or during office hours
Kinematics in 1D General Physics I Mechanics Racquetball Striking a Wall Physics 140 Mt. Etna Stewart Hall

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I WANT YOU TO ASK QUESTIONS!
Kinematics and Dynamics Kinematics : “How do we describe motion?” Dynamics : “Why does motion occur this way?” Next three lectures : Kinematics, the description of motion Today : The simplest case – kinematics in one dimension (1D), or kinematics of straight-line motion This month : Ignore possible rotations or oscillations – can treat all moving bodies as particles ” (since every point moves exactly the same way as any other)

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Replace a body with a particle
Kinematics in 1D How does position vary with time? To determine position x : choose an axis along the line of motion, choose a positive direction, choose an origin on that axis, choose a unit of distance (meter, mile), measure the distance from the origin to

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