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 phy131studiof15:lectures:chapter2 [2015/07/27 15:52]mdawber [2.P.033] phy131studiof15:lectures:chapter2 [2015/07/27 15:53]mdawber [Video analysis of free fall] Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2015/07/27 15:53 mdawber [Video analysis of free fall] 2015/07/27 15:52 mdawber [Equations of motion] 2015/07/27 15:52 mdawber [2.P.033] 2015/07/27 15:49 mdawber [2.P.021.] 2015/07/27 15:49 mdawber [2.P.0.21] 2015/07/27 15:49 mdawber [Instantaneous Velocity] 2015/07/27 15:48 mdawber [Average Velocity] 2015/07/20 13:45 mdawber [Reference Frames] 2015/07/20 12:40 mdawber created Next revision Previous revision 2015/07/27 15:53 mdawber [Video analysis of free fall] 2015/07/27 15:52 mdawber [Equations of motion] 2015/07/27 15:52 mdawber [2.P.033] 2015/07/27 15:49 mdawber [2.P.021.] 2015/07/27 15:49 mdawber [2.P.0.21] 2015/07/27 15:49 mdawber [Instantaneous Velocity] 2015/07/27 15:48 mdawber [Average Velocity] 2015/07/20 13:45 mdawber [Reference Frames] 2015/07/20 12:40 mdawber created Line 135: Line 135: $\large v^{2}=v_{0}^2+2a(x-x_{0})$ $\large v^{2}=v_{0}^2+2a(x-x_{0})$ + + ===== 2.P.047 ===== ===== Objects in free fall ===== ===== Objects in free fall ===== Line 147: Line 149: As well as using video frames as we did it is also possible to use sound to measure the time taken for objects to fall. This approach is nicely illustrated at [[http://​www.animations.physics.unsw.edu.au/​mechanics/​chapter2_projectiles.html|Physclips]] (Section 2.2) As well as using video frames as we did it is also possible to use sound to measure the time taken for objects to fall. This approach is nicely illustrated at [[http://​www.animations.physics.unsw.edu.au/​mechanics/​chapter2_projectiles.html|Physclips]] (Section 2.2) + + ===== 2.P.057 ===== + + ===== 2.P.061 ===== +