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1 Today Examples with kinematic equations Acceleration and Forces Mass, inertia and Newton’s first law Free-body diagrams and Newton’s second law Tuesday, 18 September, 12
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2 Worksheet 3 Please start working on question 1. FIRST (after reading) write down a guess for how far you will move before being stopped. Don’t do calculations! Tuesday, 18 September, 12
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3 Worksheet 3 -- Question 1 Which of the following position vs time graphs might describe your motion in question 1: time position time position time position time
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