# Study sets matching "motion in two dimensions"

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What are the horizontal and vertical co…

What is the horizontal acceleration of…

Neglecting air resistance, the initial…

For a receiver to catch a football at c…

Independent of each other

Zero

Equal to

Above

What are the horizontal and vertical co…

Independent of each other

What is the horizontal acceleration of…

Zero

Vector

Scalar

"Resolving a Vector"

Components

Measures magnitude and direction, represented w arrows, point=…

Measures on magnitude ex: speed and direction

Find its components (use sin cos tan)

Lengths of the vector along specified direction

Vector

Measures magnitude and direction, represented w arrows, point=…

Scalar

Measures on magnitude ex: speed and direction

Horizontal motion in 2 dimensions

range

vertical motion in 2 dimensions

way to solve problems

- mass and force doesn't matter ... - any object projected horizo…

horizontal distance

- free fall ... - initial velocity= 0 ... - acceleration due to grav…

****** separate x (horizontal) and y (vertical) information an…

Horizontal motion in 2 dimensions

- mass and force doesn't matter ... - any object projected horizo…

range

horizontal distance

resultant vector

component vectors

projectile

projectile motion

a vector that results from adding 2+ given vectors

vectors which when added together give the original vector fro…

an object that moves along a 2D curved trajectory in response…

the motion of a projectile under gravity

resultant vector

a vector that results from adding 2+ given vectors

component vectors

vectors which when added together give the original vector fro…

Resultant Vector

Trigonometric Functions

Vector Addition

Vector Components

a single vector that is the sum of two or more other vectors

sine, cosine, tangent, inverse tangent,

the process of finding one vector that is equivalent to the re…

parts of a vector that add up to the whole; in 2D problems the…

Resultant Vector

a single vector that is the sum of two or more other vectors

Trigonometric Functions

sine, cosine, tangent, inverse tangent,

Boldface Letter

Vector

Magnitude

Vector Resolution

Use this with a small arrow above it.

A quantity that is specified by both length and a direction.

The length of a vector.

Find its components; a vector's components are the lengths of…

Boldface Letter

Use this with a small arrow above it.

Vector

A quantity that is specified by both length and a direction.

Projectile

Trajectory

Satellite

Horizontal velocity

Any object that moves through the air or space that is acted o…

The path of a projectile through space

I have no idea because we never learned about this

Remains constant

Projectile

Any object that moves through the air or space that is acted o…

Trajectory

The path of a projectile through space

Projectile

Trajectory

Flight time

Range

Motion of an object given initial velocity that then moves onl…

The path of the projectile flying

The amount of time that a projectile is in the air

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile

Projectile

Motion of an object given initial velocity that then moves onl…

Trajectory

The path of the projectile flying

Frame of Reference

Displacement

Average Velocity

Instantaneous Velocity

a system for specifying the precise location of objects in spa…

the change in position of an object.

the total displacement divided by the time interval during whi…

the velocity of an object at some instant or at a specific poi…

Frame of Reference

a system for specifying the precise location of objects in spa…

Displacement

the change in position of an object.

Objective of this lab

___________ concluded that the object w…

Aristotle concluded that the object wit…

For over 2000 years everyone believed a…

Understand, analyze and solve problems with Motion in Two Dime…

Aristotle

higher velocity

Galileo

Objective of this lab

Understand, analyze and solve problems with Motion in Two Dime…

___________ concluded that the object w…

Aristotle

Simple Harmonic Motion

Amplitude

Mechanical Resonance

Pendulum

Is the motion of a particle about a fixed point such that its…

Is the maximum distance the object moves from its equilibrium…

The amplitude of any vibrating object that is greatly increase…

A weight hung from a fixed point so that it can swing freely b…

Simple Harmonic Motion

Is the motion of a particle about a fixed point such that its…

Amplitude

Is the maximum distance the object moves from its equilibrium…

kinematics

position-versus-time graph

velocity-versus-time graph

uniform motion

the mathematical description of motion

a continuous curve showing an object's position as a function…

a continuous curve showing an object's velocity as a function…

straight-line motion where equal displacements occur in any su…

kinematics

the mathematical description of motion

position-versus-time graph

a continuous curve showing an object's position as a function…

Acceleration

Angular acceleration

Angular displacement

Angular velocity

The rate at which velocity changes over time; an object accele…

The time rate of change of angular velocity, usually expressed…

The angle through which a point, line or body is rotated in a…

The rate at which a body rotates about an axis, usually expres…

Acceleration

The rate at which velocity changes over time; an object accele…

Angular acceleration

The time rate of change of angular velocity, usually expressed…

Projectiles

Trajectory

Centripetal acceleration

Centripetal force

Objects that are launched into the air

The path followed by a projectile in motion

acceleration toward the center of the circle.

the force that causes centripetal acceleration.

Projectiles

Objects that are launched into the air

Trajectory

The path followed by a projectile in motion

An object that moves along a two-dimens…

The motion of a projectile under gravit…

The time taken for a projectile to comp…

Vectors which when added together give…

Projectile

Projectile motion

Time of flight

Component vectors

An object that moves along a two-dimens…

Projectile

The motion of a projectile under gravit…

Projectile motion

resultant vector

component vector

projectile

projectile motion

a vector that results from adding two or more given vectors

vectors which when added together give the original vector fro…

an object that moves along a two-dimensional curved trajectory…

the motion of a projectile under gravity

resultant vector

a vector that results from adding two or more given vectors

component vector

vectors which when added together give the original vector fro…

projectile

trajectory

range

centripetal acceleration

objects that are launched

the path a projectile follows

horizontal distance from the point of bounce until the project…

acceleration quantity that always points toward the center of…

projectile

objects that are launched

trajectory

the path a projectile follows

frame of reference

displacement

average velocity

instantaneous velocity

a system for specifying the precise location of objects in spa…

the change in position of an object

the total displacement divided by the time interval during whi…

the velocity of an object at some instant or at a specific poi…

frame of reference

a system for specifying the precise location of objects in spa…

displacement

the change in position of an object

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tangent

320 s

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Which of the following vector diagrams best represents delta(r…

The instantaneous velocity of an object is always _______ to i…

A boat is able to move through still water at 20 m/s. It makes…

A projectile is fired at an angle of 45 degrees above the hori…

D

Which of the following vector diagrams best represents delta(r…

tangent

The instantaneous velocity of an object is always _______ to i…

Velocity

Acceleration

Speeding up

Slowing Down

Displacement over time.

Rate of change of velocity as expressed in m/s^2.

Acceleration and velocity have same sign.

Acceleration and velocity have opposite signs.

Velocity

Displacement over time.

Acceleration

Rate of change of velocity as expressed in m/s^2.

Three categories of motion

example of translational motion

example of rotational motion

example of vibrational motion

translational, rotational, and vibrational

a car traveling on a highway

the earth spinning on its axis

a pendulum swinging back and forth

Three categories of motion

translational, rotational, and vibrational

example of translational motion

a car traveling on a highway

free fall

acceleration

instantaneous velocity

motion

The motion of a body when only the force due to gravity is act…

The rate at which velocity changes over time

The velocity of an object at some instant or at a specific poi…

Any movement of an object

free fall

The motion of a body when only the force due to gravity is act…

acceleration

The rate at which velocity changes over time