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Kinematics equations

Kinematics Equations

Just what you have been waiting for…more math!


Kinematics
Kinematics

What are the four ways we can describe motion?

  • With words

  • With graphs

  • With diagrams

  • With equations


Equations
Equations

  • Remember that the basis for all equations is some sort of graphed experimental data

  • The concept of slope = (rise/run) gives us the equations


Variables
Variables

  • d = distance

    • Measured in meters (m)

  • v = velocity

    • Measured in meters/second (m/s)

  • a = acceleration

    • Measured in (meters/second)/second (m/s2)

  • t = time

    • Measured in seconds (s)



Problem solving tips
Problem Solving Tips

  • Draw a picture of what is happening

  • Underline important information in the problem

  • Make a list of known variables

  • Make sure variables are in the correct units

  • Choose equation(s) that fits known variables

  • Solve equations

  • Double check answer – does it make sense?


Example 1
Example #1

A car accelerates uniformly from rest to a speed of 17.8 m/s in 12 s.

  • What is the distance the car travels in this time?

  • What is the acceleration of the car?


Example 1 continued
Example #1 (continued)

Given:

  • v0 = 0 m/s

  • vf = 17.8 m/s

  • t = 12 s

    Trying to find:

  • d = ?

  • a = ?

  • Equation:

    • d = do + ½(vo + v)t

  • Solve:

  • d = 0 + ½(0 +17.8)(12)

    • d = 106.8 m

  • Equation:

    vf2 = vo2 + 2ad

  • Solve:

    • (17.8)2 = 02 + 2(a)(106.8)

    • a = 1.48 m/s2


Example 2
Example #2

  • A jet flying at 522 km/hr is accelerated at the rate of 23.1 m/s2 for 20.0 s.

    • What is its final velocity?

    • What distance does the plane cover during this time?


Example 2 continued
Example #2 (continued)

Given:

  • v0 = 522 km/hr

  • t =20.0 s

  • a = 23.1 m/s2

    Trying to find:

  • vf = ?

  • d = ?

Equation:

vf = vo + at

  • Solve:

  • vf = (145 ) + (23.1)(20.0)

    • vf =607 m/s

  • Equation:

    vf2 = vo2 + 2ad

  • Solve:

    • (607)2 = (145)2 + 2(23.1)(d)

    • d = 7520 m


Homework
Homework

  • In your lab notebook:

    • Lunchroom Walk Lab

    • Inclined Plane Lab

  • Homework so far:

    • Metric Conversion WS


More homework
More Homework!

  • Chapter 5

  • #15, 16, 20, 28, 35, 44, 46, 49, 55, 59, 62

  • Remember to follow the problem solving steps I showed you previously

  • Show all work and label all answers!


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