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Equations of Motion
Review of the 5 Equations of
5 Equations for Uniform Motion
Solving for Time and Final
Two cars are at rest on a straight road.
Car A starts 120 m ahead of car B, and
both begin moving in the same direction at
the same time. Car A moves at a constant
velocity of 7.0 m/s. Car B moves at a
constant acceleration of 2.0 m/s2.
Calculate how long it will take for car B to
catch up with car A, and calculate the
velocities of the two cars when they meet.
Solving for Time and
A motorcyclist drives along a straight road
with a velocity of 30.0 m/s. The driver
applies the brakes and slows down at 5.0
Calculate the braking time.
Determine the braking distance
Practice Problems
• Do all the practice problems on page 19 of
your textbook.
Freely Falling Objects
• Free fall is the motion of a falling object
where the only force acting on the object is
• We can calculate the time it takes for
objects to fall during free fall
• We can also calculate the velocity of their
free fall
Time and Velocity During Free
A ball is thrown from a height of 52 m from
the top of a building with a velocity of 24
m/s straight up.
Determine the velocity of the ball at
ground level
How long does it take for the ball to
reach the ground?
Practice Problems
• Do all the practice problems on page 20 of
your textbook.
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