Kinematics: motion in 1 D

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Kinematics - I

Kinematics : One dimensional motion Basic concepts in 1 D motion copyrights © youmarks.com

Topics Displacement and Average Velocity Instantaneous Velocity Acceleration (Average & Instantaneous) Motion With Constant Acceleration Free Fall Velocity & Displacement By Integration copyrights © youmarks.com

Displacement and Average Velocity

Instantaneous Velocity

Acceleration (Average & Instantaneous)

Motion With Constant Acceleration

Free Fall

Velocity & Displacement By Integration

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Average Velocity copyrights © youmarks.com

Average Velocity copyrights © youmarks.com

Average Velocity copyrights © youmarks.com

Instantaneous Velocity copyrights © youmarks.com

Instantaneous Velocity copyrights © youmarks.com

Obtaining velocity from x vs t graph - example copyrights © youmarks.com

Obtaining velocity from x vs t graph copyrights © youmarks.com

Obtaining velocity from x vs t graph copyrights © youmarks.com

Graph - example copyrights © youmarks.com

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Example – average acceleration copyrights © youmarks.com

Let the graph be as shown, the average acceleration graph is drawn as shown copyrights © youmarks.com

Instantaneous acceleration copyrights © youmarks.com

Obtaining instantaneous acceleration from graph copyrights © youmarks.com

Instantaneous acceleration copyrights © youmarks.com

Instantaneous acceleration copyrights © youmarks.com

Motion with constant acceleration copyrights © youmarks.com

Constant acceleration copyrights © youmarks.com

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Constant acceleration copyrights © youmarks.com

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