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Physics: Moving Around

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Study notes based off NESA syllabus dot points. Subject: Preliminary Physics Topic: Moving Around

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Physics Mechanics Physical quantities Classical mechanics Rotation Kinematics Velocity Acceleration Force Momentum Work Rolling
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Physics Mechanics Physical quantities Classical mechanics Rotation Kinematics Velocity Acceleration Force Momentum Work Rolling
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Distinguish between the instantaneous and average speed of vehicles and other bodies • Instantaneous Velocity- exact speed of a vehicle/object at an instant in time o Found using gradient of a tangent to a curve at the desired time • Average Speed/Velocity- average speed over a period of time o v SYQAS9Q ∆/ ▪ v = velocity ∆2 (ms-1) ▪ t = time (sec) ▪ s = displacement (m) Distinguish between scalar and vector quantities in equations • scalar quantity: specifies only size/magnitude o mass, speed, distance, work, energy • vector quantity: specifies magnitude and direction o force, velocity, displacement, acceleration, momentum Compare instantaneous and average speed with instantaneous a...
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