Chapter 3: Two and three dimensional motion. Prof. Chris Wiebe Prof. Simon Capstick. The Northern Lights (charged particles accelerating in our atmosphere, giving off light). Chapter Three: 2D and 3D motion.
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Prof. Chris Wiebe
Prof. Simon Capstick
The Northern Lights
(charged particles accelerating in our atmosphere, giving off light)
We will need this to represent position, velocity, and acceleration as vectors in 3D
Using geometry to add/subtract vectors
Particle is speeding up
at point 4
down at pt. 1
Particle is turning
at pts. 2 and 3