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In RP2, we got a feel for the meaning of speed and velocity. Now is the time to define these little beasties more carefully. We’ll start by doing something weird: we’ll constrain movement to one dimension: that’s motion in a straight line, either forward or backward. If we can describe 1-dimensional motion, then maybe it

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you must be familiar with the equation speed is distance over time but this equation is only applicable to a travelling object with no acceleration it is no good for when we need to consider acceleration. There are four equations to describe an object traveling with constant acceleration. For all these equations u represents initial

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Video will delineate speed and velocity by way of an example so in my hometown of epsilon [e] as in many other cities in the [states] now a yearly running event is held titled the color run the color run is aptly billed as the Happiest 5k on the planet, and if you’ve ever attended

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mr.p: Good morning. Today we are going to begin learning about projectile motion. Here we go. Bo: Hey, guys. Billy: Hey, Bo. Bobby: Hi, Bo. ♫ (lyrics) Flipping Physics ♫ mr.p: Before today, we have analyzed many different examples of motion. Objects moving with a constant velocity, objects with a constant acceleration, both positive and

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