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The goal of Chapter 2 has been to learn how to solve problems about motion in a straight line.
Kinematics describes motion in terms of position, velocity, and acceleration.
General kinematic relationships are given mathematicall
The goals of Chapter 3 have been to learn how vectors are represented and used.
A vector is a quantity described by both a magnitude and a direction.
Unit vectors have magnitude 1 and ^ no units. Unit vect
The goal of Chapter 4 has been to learn to solve problems about motion in a plane.
The instantaneous velocity
r r v 5 dr /dt
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is a vector tangent to the trajectory. The instantaneous acceleration i
The goal of Chapter 5 has been to learn how force and motion are connected.
Newtons First Law
An object at rest will remain at rest, or an object that is moving will continue to move in a straight line with constant velocity, if
The goal of Chapter 6 has been to learn how to solve problems about motion in a straight line.
All examples in this chapter follow a four-part strategy. Youll become a better problem solver if you adhere to it as you do the homewo
The goal of Chapter 7 has been to learn to use Newtons third law to understand interacting objects.
Newtons Third Law
Every force occurs as one member of an action/reaction pair of forces. The two members of an action/reaction p
The goal of Chapter 8 has been to learn to solve problems about motion in a plane.
Newtons Second Law
Expressed in x- and y-component form: ( Fnet ) x 5 a Fx 5 max ( Fnet ) y 5 a Fy 5 may Expressed in rtz-component form: mv 2 5
The goals of Chapter 9 have been to introduce the ideas of impulse and momentum and to learn a new problem-solving strategy based on conservation laws.
Law of Conservation of Momentum
The total momentum P 5 p1 1 p2 1 c of an iso
The goals of Chapter 10 have been to introduce the ideas of kinetic and potential energy and to learn a new problem-solving strategy based on conservation of energy.
Law of Conservation of Mechanical Energy
If there are no frict
The goal of Chapter 11 has been to develop a more complete understanding of energy and its conservation.
Basic Energy Model
Energy is transferred to or from the system by work. Energy is transformed within the system. Two versi