03: Two-Dimensional Kinematics
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Prince George's Community College Prof. Neeharika Thakur |
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1: Basis of Physics 2: Kinematics 3: Two Dimensional Kinematics 4: Laws of Motion 5: Circular Motion/Gravitation 6: Work & Energy 7: Momentum & Collisions 8: Static Equilibrium Elasticity & Torque 9: Rotational Kinematics 10: Fluids 11: Fluid Dynamics |
- 3.1: Motion in Two Dimensions
- An object moving with constant velocity must have a constant speed in a constant direction.
- 3.2: Vectors
- Vectors are geometric representations of magnitude and direction and can be expressed as arrows in two or three dimensions.
- 3.3: Projectile Motion
- Projectile motion is a form of motion where an object moves in parabolic path; the path that the object follows is called its trajectory.
- 3.4: Multiple Velocities
- Relative velocities can be found by adding the velocity of the observed object to the velocity of the frame of reference it was measured in.