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How to learn physics with a sports car icon
This is why we invited Georgia Public Broadcasting over to our Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta to film two video tutorials with them: one on “Speed and acceleration” and the other on “Acceleratio... read more
For kinematic equation problems, what do you do if the unit for acceleration is ''g'', and how do...
In kinematic equation problems, g stands for gravitational acceleration and g = 9.81m/s^2. If you are given an acceleration in terms of g you simply multiply the acceleration by 9.81. For example, let ... read more
Autonomous Driving using Predictive Control Model
It can have both positive values for speeding and negative values for breaking. The Kinematic equations used for updating vehicle state are as follows x t+1 =x t +v t ∗cos(ψ t )∗dt y t+1 =y t +v t ... read more
Launch an 80,000-Pound Sled off an Aircraft Carrier? Sure!
For the vertical motion, the object is accelerating downward such that the position can be determined by the following kinematic equation. In this expression, y is the final vertical position and y 0 ... read more
Predictive Aim Mathematics for AI Targeting
"Open your mind, Quaid! Open your mind!!!" If the perfectly aimed bullet meets the moving target, then we can say that finalPositions will coincide between the kinematic equations for the moving bulle... read more
Measuring The Ridiculous Physics Of Disney's Hercules
With a few assumptions and basic kinematic equations, we can dig a little deeper into Penelope's wild ride through the clouds. Poor Penelope was in the air for 7.7 seconds of screen time. With this me... read more
Trainable Robotic Arm
Depending on your application, it certainly beats trying to work out the fun kinematics equations… Anyway, the full guide available on Adrafuit’s learning system provides instructions on how to build ... read more
Ski jump landing and acceleration
In that video, the jumper takes about 1.5 seconds to get from the highest point to the landing. Using some kinematic equations, (or the work-energy principle) I can find a couple of useful things. How ... read more
An Exhaustive Fact-Check Of That 0-60 In 2.3 Seconds (Off A Cliff) Sticker
we can compute that to reach 60 MPH (or 88 feet per second), we’ll need to accelerate for about 2.74 seconds (that’s just your basic “final velocity equals initial velocity plus acceleration times tim... read more
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Kinematic Equations in Physics Chapter Exam
Choose your answers to the questions and click 'Next' to see the next set of questions. You can skip questions if you would like and come back to them later with the yellow "Go To First Skipped Questi... read more
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