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Example relative motion 2_13_12

# Example relative motion 2_13_12 - Figure 2 Figure 3 From...

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Example of Relative Motion 2 Solution Given: a A = 4 ft/s 2 , v A = 600 mph, v B = 900 mph, a B = 0 ft/s 2 , θ = 30° Find: From Figure 1, Figure 1 Planes are flying in same direction, so Since it is the case that It is also the case (see Figure 2) that:

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Unformatted text preview: Figure 2 Figure 3 From Figures 2 and 3 Figure 3 See figure 3. Note that angular acceleration must be positive, radial acceleration negative In summary:...
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