Students will how to solve all types of problems using the kinematic equations.
Demonstrates how air resistance causes objects to fall much more slowly than they should theoretically.
Goes through a more complex example problem of how gravity affects the motion of a thrown object.
Part 2 of Motion Problems. Goes through a more complex example problem of how gravity affects the motion of a thrown object.
Shows an example problem of how gravity acts in position-time scenarios.
Solving problems using v ̅ = ((v[i] + v[f])) /2
Solving problems using d = v[i] t + 1/2 at^(2 )
Solving problems using v[f] = v[i] + at
Solving problems using v[f]^(2) = v[i]^(2) + 2ad
Use the "big three" equations to calculate the velocity of an accelerating object at a given time, primarily free-falling objects.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Using the Kinematic Equations.
A review of the terms distance, displacement, velocity, speed, and acceleration. Also looks at graphs of motion, using the kinematic equations, projectile motion, and free fall.
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