Physics 200 (CH2)

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Equation for ∆VV(f) - V(i) = ∆V
Equation for Avg V(∆X)/t = Avg V
Equation 2 for Avg V(V(i) + V(f))/2 = Avg V
Equation for acceleration(∆V)/t = a
Equation for constant acceleration(∆V)/(∆t) = a
Equation for ∆t(V(i))(t) + (1/2)(a)(t^2) = ∆t
All motion problems have _ variables which are ...5∆X, t, V(i), V(f), a
Wilson Method (top to bottom)∆X - t - Avg V - V(i) - V(f) - ∆V - t - a
Equation for eliminating t in acceleration equation (V(f))^2 = (V(i))^2 + 2(a)(∆X)
Define KineticsDescribe motion of an object without considering External Agents
3 Types of motion ?Transnational (Car on road) - Rotational (Earth spinning on axis) - Vibrational (pendulum)
In Translational movenment an objetc is reduced ti a _. It is represented by a single _.particlepoint
Define displacementThe distance an object travels from a starting point
Define DistanceThe length of a path followed by a particle
Define VectorHas both direction and magnitude
Equation for Avg Speed(d)/(∆t) =