By Ting T.C.T.

ISBN-10: 0195074475

ISBN-13: 9780195074475

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This chapter develops the mathematics required when an object can be modelled as a particle moving in a straight line with constant acceleration. In most real situations this is only the case for part of the motion - you wouldn't expect a car to continue accelerating at the same rate for very long - but it is a very useful model to use as a first approximation over a short time. The constant acceleration formulae The velocity-time graph shows part of the motion of a car on a fairground ride as it picks up speed.

I) A girl of weight 600 N. (ii) A lorry of weight llkN. 3 A person has mass 65 kg. Calculate the force of gravity (i) of the earth on the person (ii) of the person on the earth. 4 What reaction force would an astronaut of mass 70 kg experience while standing on the moon? 5 Two balls of the same shape and size but with masses 1 kg and 3 kg are dropped from the same height. (i) Which hits the ground first? (ii) If they were dropped on the moon what difference would there be? 6 (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Estimate your mass in kilograms.

This chapter develops the mathematics required when an object can be modelled as a particle moving in a straight line with constant acceleration. In most real situations this is only the case for part of the motion - you wouldn't expect a car to continue accelerating at the same rate for very long - but it is a very useful model to use as a first approximation over a short time. The constant acceleration formulae The velocity-time graph shows part of the motion of a car on a fairground ride as it picks up speed.

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