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CHS Physics Motion in Two and Three Dimensions

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Position The position of an object in two or three dimensions is given by a position vector. The vector is anchored at the origin of the coordinate system.

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Displacement This is still the change in position. Written as a vector equation.

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Velocity The definitions remain the same They are only written in vector notation.

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Instantaneous Velocity The direction is always tangent to the path. It can be written in unit vector notation.

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Acceleration Same as before

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Instantaneous Acceleration This can also be written in unit vector notation

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