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2-D Kinematics and Forces

Projectile An object that is launched or thrown that passes through both the X and Y-Axis.
Trajectory The path a projectile takes through the X and Y-Axis
Resultant Vector The sum of two or more vectors acting on a single object.
Resultant Velocity The sum of two or more velocities acting on a single object.
Trigonometric Functions sinӨ= opp/hyp cosӨ= adj/hyp tanӨ= opp/adj SohCahToa Functions used to find angles or sides of a triangle.
Theta Ө a symbol that represents an angle, known or unknown.
Inclined Plan A surface that is at an angle. Also, a form of a simple machine. Fg = mgsinӨ on an inclined plane.
Forces at an Angle Any force applied to an object that is not parallel to the X or Y-axis of an object.
Torque A force applied generally using a lever and at an angle to the surface of the object. Symbol - T Equation T=rFsinӨ Unit - N*m (NOT EQUAL TO A JOULE!!!!) r= distance from the pivot point Ө= angle the force is applied at F= Force applied
Created by: vahajuddin