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CHS Physics Motion in Two and Three Dimensions
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.
Displacement This is still the change in position. Written as a vector equation.
Velocity The definitions remain the same They are only written in vector notation.
Instantaneous Velocity The direction is always tangent to the path. It can be written in unit vector notation.
Acceleration Same as before
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