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Complete Mechanics Notes

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complete mechanics notes on physics1011 2016 semester one. Topic includes projectiles, vectors etc.

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Physics Mechanics Classical mechanics Force Physical quantities Rotation Circular motion Mechanical energy Velocity Acceleration Work Euclidean vector
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• Is a vector, and therefore has direction. • In one dimension, you must stipulate whether an object has a displacement in the positive or negative direction from the point of reference (.e.g. = 2 or = −2) 1.2 Velocity • Velocity is the rate of change of displacement (m/s). • Vector consisting of speed and direction. • Average velocity is given by: = ∆ ∆ As ∆ → 0, → = ∆ lim → ∆ ∆ = • Average speed is given by = ∆ • Instantaneous speed = | | • When is constant, = 1.3 Acceleration • Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity (m/s2). • Is a vector. • Average acceleration is given by = ∆ ∆ ∆ → 0, → = ∆ lim → ∆ ∆ = = = 1.4 Kinematic equations (only valid when is constant) = + + 1 2 = + = + 2 ( − ) ________________ 1.5 Graphical representation of motion 1.5....
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