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Kinematics Motion in a straight line The diagram below shows a swimming pool of length 50m and the positions of swimmers A and B after 20 seconds. STARTSTART 25m Swimmer A Swimmer B

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Definition Distance from a given position with an associated sign is called Displacement. Units are always m. Definition The Velocity of a body has a magnitude (size) and an associated sign. Units are always m/s or written ms -1 The above workings make use of the following triangle of formulae for Distance, speed, time. D T S

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3m/s13m/s A B Acceleration In the diagram above let’s say that a ball moves from A to B such that its velocity at A is 3m/s and its velocity at B is 13m/s. Furthermore the time taken to travel from A to B is 5 seconds. Here we say that the ball has accelerated whilst travelling from A to B.

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30m/s6m/s A B In the diagram above let’s say that a ball moves from A to B such that its velocity at A is 30m/s and its velocity at B is 6m/s. Furthermore the time taken to travel from A to B is 6 seconds. Here we say that the ball has decelerated whilst travelling from A to B.

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Here we can write down the formula for acceleration as Acceleration = Here we have the basics of the formulae required in kinematics um/svm/s A B s t t=0 a

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With u = the initial velocity v = the final velocity t = time taken s = displacement a = acceleration (constant) Then we may use the following formulae to solve any number of problems!

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Example A car accelerates from a velocity of 16 m/s to a velocity of 40m/s in a distance of 500m. Calculate the acceleration of the car.

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Example Initially, a particle P is moving with uniform acceleration 6m/s 2 has a velocity at the point O of 3m/s. Find its velocity after 2s and its displacement from O after 4s.

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Example A body moves along a straight line from A to B with Uniform acceleration m/s 2. The time taken is 12 seconds and the velocity at B is 25 m/s. Find (i)The velocity at A (ii)The distance AB.

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Example The displacement from its original position of a particle moving with uniform acceleration is 6m after 2s and 20m after 4s. Find the displacement 6s after the start of the motion.

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Example A car decelerates from a velocity of 36m/s. The magnitude of the deceleration is 3m/s 2. Calculate the time required to cover a distance of 162m.

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Example A stone slides in a straight line across a horizontal sheet of ice. It passes point A with velocity 14m/s, and point B 2 seconds later where AB = 30. Retardation is uniform. Calculate a)The velocity at B b)The retardation c)The time and displacement from A at which the stone comes to rest.

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Key Areas covered Equations of motion for objects moving with constant acceleration in a straight line.

Key Areas covered Equations of motion for objects moving with constant acceleration in a straight line.

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