Physics 1401 problems about rotaional Motion and angular displacement and angular velocity and angular accelration about height problems?
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when the velocity is doubled then its accelration is also doubled.because a=v/t
Direction + displacement = velocity
velocity = displacement / time taken
Average velocity is zero if the displacement is zero. Average velocity = Displacement/Time = 0/Time = 0.
No. Distance is, but displacement has no direct relation to velocity.
Velocity is change in displacement over time.
Velocity is defined as v = dx/dt where: v is velocity; dx is displacement; and dt is elapsed time. Assuming velocity is constant, then displacement is calculated as: dx = v/dt.
If the displacement is not changing, the velocity is zero.
What is the formula for calculating displacement in which initial velocity and time are the variables?
If the velocity is constant, then Displacement = (initial velocity) multiplied by (time)
Yes it does. Velocity = Displacement / Time. On a graph of displacement vs time, the slope is the velocity. Steeper slope = higher velocity, flatter slope = lower velocity.
velocity is the rate of displacement. That is velocity = displacement/time. In kinematics there are number of expressions for velocity, some of them are 1) v = u + at 2) v^2 =u^ 2 + 2as , where u - initial velocity, v - final velocity, s - displacement and a - acceleration.
a=dv/dt average velocity = displacement divided by time take. so average velocity = displacement/time taken.
To find average velocity, you need to know the displacement. If you knew displacement, average velocity would be found by: V = Displacement / time
how to calculate displacement on a velocity time graph
Velocity is the time rate of change of displacement or the rate of change of displacement.
Displacement/time * * * * * Velocity is a vector so the direction of displacement needs to be specified.
Displacement and Time, displacement is the distance with a direction ( vector quantity) , and time . Displacement and velocity are directly proportional, while velocity and time are inversely proportional..( The faster, the less time it will take) Velocity = Displacement ____________ Time
Assuming you also know the final velocity and acceleration over the displacement then the initial velocity is Vinitial = (Vfinal2 - 2*acceleration*displacement)0.5
Kinematics. Final velocity squared = initial velocity squared + 2(gravitational acceleration)(displacement)
Velocity is the displacement per unit time. V =dx/dt Note velocity and displacement are vectors and have direction.
A displacement is the shortest distance measured .IT is measured in unit of length and distance .But ,,instead of speed velocity is used . Displacement = velocity /time.
The displacement on a velocity-time graph is the area beneath the line.
velocity is displacement / time. Displacement is shortest distance between initial and final point
Can you cite an example in which the accelration of a body is opposite in direction to its velocity?
An example in which the acceleration of a body is opposite in direction to its velocity is a car slowing down. This is called negative acceleration, or deceleration.
Velocity is displacement divided by time. Displacement is different from distance traveled, as displacement states how far you traveled in RELATION to a starting point. The formula for Velocity is ---- v = x / t v = Velocity x = Displacement t = Time velocity is a vector quantity so the direction should also be specified unless it is implicit in the problem. ----
Displacement = velocity X time
work is the product of force and displacement As velocity is rate of change of displacement, so yes, velocity does effect work.
It is converted to the ball's velocity or it is known as its velocity because displacement changes with time is known as velocity.
It is type of velocity of electron.
What are the practical applications of Angular Speed Angular Displacement Angular Velocity and Angular Momentum?
These are used in lots of engineering problems related to rotation.
Can the equations of kinematics be used in a situation where the acceleration varies in time can they be used when the acceleration is zero?
Yes the equations of Kinematics can be used if accelration varies with time, displacement or even velocity; but remember it's not just plug & chug, you will have to integrate the equations. vdv=ads ds/dt=v dv/dt=a d2s/dt=a
When the velocity is zero at the crossing of the time axis, the displacement must be a full maximum or minimum. Scroll down to related links and look at "Displacement - Velocity- Acceleration".
v = Δdt / Δt Average velocity = Total displacement / time If you want to be more specific: v = ds/dt Instantaneous velocity = derivative of displacement with regard to time
Velocity is displacement/time.
If you have a Displacement - time graph, the velocity at a certain point equals displacement over time, displacement is a vector quantity thus is affected by direction so when it has a negative value the velocity has a negative value. and if your still thinking about it, check out this thought: "negative velocity is positive velocity in the other direction"
You don't. Velocity is not directly related to mass, and you can't calculate velocity just from a displacement measurement. You need some more information.
No, you cannot have a zero displacement and a nonzero average velocity. If the object has not moved any where how can you attain a nonzero velocity? You cannot.
Average velocity is simply displacement over time. Instantaneous velocity is the velocity at any given instant, or the displacement over an infinitely small amount of time.
It is not possible because the average velocity is equal to the displacement in a given time interval, ie: V = (displacement) / (time interval) As the zero displacement average speed will also be zero.
Velocity is the rate of change in displacement. velocity = d(displacement)/d(time) You could also describe it as 'the rate of change'
d=displacement v=velocity t=time d/t=v tv=d
It is true that velocity is the slope of a displacement vs time graph.
average velocity= displacement/ time
Velocity is derived by dividing displacement with time in seconds
Velocity is the rate of change of displacement with time.
scientific formula for displacement = velocity Xtime