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By Stephen Lee

ISBN-10: 1466586044

ISBN-13: 9781466586048

Movement alongside a instantly line Newton’s legislation of movement Vectors Projectiles Equilibrium of a particle Friction Moments of forces Centre of mass power, paintings and gear Impulse and momentum Frameworks round movement Elasticity uncomplicated harmonic movement Damped and compelled oscillations Dimensional research Use of vectors Variable forces Variable mass Dynamics of inflexible our bodies rotating round a set axis balance and small Read more...

summary: movement alongside a instantly line Newton’s legislation of movement Vectors Projectiles Equilibrium of a particle Friction Moments of forces Centre of mass strength, paintings and gear Impulse and momentum Frameworks round movement Elasticity basic harmonic movement Damped and compelled oscillations Dimensional research Use of vectors Variable forces Variable mass Dynamics of inflexible our bodies rotating round a set axis balance and small oscillations

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8 msϪ2 vertically downwards. ● Always draw a diagram and decide in advance where your origin is and which way is positive. ● Make sure that your units are compatible. 8 a → Acceleration ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯→ dv d2 s a ϭ ᎏᎏ ϭ ᎏᎏ2 dt d t ds v ϭ ᎏᎏ dt s Acceleration In one dimension Velocity differentiate → Velocity integrate vϭ ͵ a dt → Position sϭ ͵ v dt Acceleration may be due to change in direction or change in speed or both. 2 Forces and Newton’s laws of motion Nature to him was an open book. He stands before us, strong, certain and alone.

Iv) State the times when the particle is at the origin and describe the direction in which it is moving at those times. 7 The graphs show the speeds of two cars travelling along a street. speed (ms–1) 20 speed (ms–1) 20 15 15 car A 10 10 5 5 0 5 10 15 time (s) 0 car B 10 20 30 time (s) For each car find i) the acceleration for each part of its motion ii) the total distance it travels in the given time iii) its average speed. 8 A car is moving at 20 msϪ1 when it begins to increase speed. Every 10 s it gains 5 msϪ1 until it reaches its maximum speed of 50 msϪ1 which it retains.

Such forces are always present when there is any contact between your hand and the table. They are at right angles to the surface of the table and their resultant is called the normal reaction between your hand and the table. ● There is also another force which tends to prevent your hand from sliding. This is the friction and it acts in a direction which opposes the sliding. 9 shows the reaction forces acting on your hand and on the table. By Newton’s third law they are equal and opposite to each other.

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