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Motion by Mind Map: Motion
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Motion

Equations

V(f)=V(i)+ a(x)t

Change in x=1/2[V(f)+V(i)]t

Change in x=V(i)t+1/2at^2

V(f)^2=V(i)^2+2a(delta)x

Newton's Second Law

Force vector = mass scalar time acceration vector

Net Force is constant

F=ma

Acceration

Linear

Average, Average Velocity/time interval

Instantaneous, Change in velocity/a very small time interval

Units

meters per seconds squared

rate of change in velocity

Vectors

Displacement

Velocity

Linear

Average, Change in rate/Change in time

Instantaneous, The displacement/a very small time change

Net Force

Constant

Acceration is Constant

Not Constant

The change in velocity has the same direction as the net force

Free Fall

No other forces but Gravitational

Weight

Mass x 9.8m/s/s

Apparent Weight, Is Zero while in free fall, Less then the Normal Force

Acceration is equal to g

Vector in x direction and y direction

Use equations to solve with vector addition