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- Iowa
- University of Northern Iowa
- Physics
- Physics 880:054
- Morgan
- Chapter 1- 3 Kinematics

Jackie T.

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Kinematics is concerned with describing the way in which objects move.

An objects total change in position. If a man runs around an oval 400 meter track, stopping at the precise location he began, though he ran a distance of 400 meters, his total displacement was 0.

A measure of how fast an object is moving.

S=__Distance__

Time

S=

Time

The time-average of the velocity function over a specified time-interval.

V=__X2-X1__

T2-T1

graph= X vs T

V=

T2-T1

graph= X vs T

The value of the velocity function at a particular instant in time.

The gravitational acceleration of objects near the earth's surface is the same for all objects regardless of mass and is given by the number *g* = 9.8m/s^{2}. Chpt 2

Acceleration

Equation for Constant velocity

Equations for constant Acceleration

Problems from the book

Instantaneous velocity problem

Average Speed Problem

Instantaneous Speed Problem

Converting problem

Uniform Motion Problem

Chapter 2 problems - Acceleration

Chapter 2 problems- Constant A

Chapter 2 problems- Constant A

Chapter 2 problems- free fall

Chapter 2 problems- free fall

Chapter 2 problems

define Free Fall

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