# 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

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

Projectile

Trajectory

None they are independent

Gravity

An object shot through the air

An objects path through space

What is the effect horizontal an vertical motions have on each…

What causes a change In vertical velocity

Projectile

An object shot through the air

Trajectory

An objects path through space

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…

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…

Horizontal Component (vx)

Vertical Component (vy)

Projectile

Centripetal Force

The vector component in the x-direction.

The vector component in the y-direction.

An object that moves through space in which gravity is the onl…

Net force acting on a object moving in a curved path that acce…

Horizontal Component (vx)

The vector component in the x-direction.

Vertical Component (vy)

The vector component in the y-direction.

Horizontal Component (vx)

Vertical Component (vy)

Projectile

Centripetal Force

The vector component in the x-direction.

The vector component in the y-direction.

An object that moves through space in which gravity is the onl…

Net force acting on a object moving in a curved path that acce…

Horizontal Component (vx)

The vector component in the x-direction.

Vertical Component (vy)

The vector component in the y-direction.

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,

Horizontal Component (vx)

Vertical Component (vy)

Projectile

Centripetal Force

The vector component in the x-direction.

The vector component in the y-direction.

An object that moves through space in which gravity is the onl…

Net force acting on a object moving in a curved path that acce…

Horizontal Component (vx)

The vector component in the x-direction.

Vertical Component (vy)

The vector component in the y-direction.

Average velocity

Frame of reference

Displacement

Slope

Describes how fast and in which direction an object moves... = D…

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

A change in position ... = ∆x = final position - initial positio…

Rise over run... The steepness of a line on a graph

Average velocity

Describes how fast and in which direction an object moves... = D…

Frame of reference

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

Position

Velocity

Acceleration

Speed is not a _____, so has no _____,…

Defined in terms of a coordinate system and units of our choos…

The rate of change of position

- The rate of change of velocity... - Slope of a velocity vs. tim…

not a vector, ... no direction,... ALWAYS POSITIVE

Position

Defined in terms of a coordinate system and units of our choos…

Velocity

The rate of change of position

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

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

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

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.

projectile

trajectory

uniform circular motion

centripetal acceleration

an object shot or thrown through the air

a projectile's path through space

the movement of an object at a constant speed around a circle…

acceleration that always points toward the center of a circle

projectile

an object shot or thrown through the air

trajectory

a projectile's path through space

Scalar Quantities

Vector Quantities

Resultant

Vector addition

has magnitude but no direction (mass, volume, temp, speed)

has magnitude and direction (velocity, acceleration, displacem…

the sum of 2 or more vectors

(vector)a + (vector)b = (resultant)c

Scalar Quantities

has magnitude but no direction (mass, volume, temp, speed)

Vector Quantities

has magnitude and direction (velocity, acceleration, displacem…

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…

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

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

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 instance or at a specific po…

Frame of reference

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

Displacement

The Change in position of an object.

kinematics

position vs time graph

representing velocity

speed

the modern name for the mathematical description of motion, wi…

continuous curve that shows an object's position as a function…

arrows with v (vector above it)

magnitude of velocity vector and is always positive

kinematics

the modern name for the mathematical description of motion, wi…

position vs time graph

continuous curve that shows an object's position as a function…