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Suppose an object could move in three dimensions.

Suppose an object could move in three dimensions. What additions to the available equations of kinematics for constant acceleration in two-dimensional motion would be necessary to describe three-dimensional motion?

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Q. Suppose an object could move in three dimensions. What additions to the available
equations of kinematics for constant acceleration in two-dimensional motion would be
necessary to describe...

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