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A vector quantity has both magnitude and. 4. Fluid Density, Viscosity & Drag 1.

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(Total for question = 1 marks) Q5. Step 1: Write out the variables that are given in the question, both known and unknown, and use the context of the question to deduce any. A particle is accelerated uniformly from rest, so that after 10 seconds it has achieved a speed of 15 m/s.

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Some key terms to know, and how to calculate them, are: Time of flight: how long the projectile is in the air.

I just did a mock exam for Physics AS level unit 1 (OCR) and have found it realy hard to figure out a way to recognise if the questions is asking me to use a SUVAT equation.

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What is suvat? suvat stands for: s - displacement u - initial velocity v - final velocity a - acceleration t - time.
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Substitute the expression for V in SUVAT Equation 1 directly into SUVAT Equation 2: S = ( U + U + A T 2) T = U T. 08 (answer is 0. You will find acceleration in questions on gravity where an object is falling or where it is a projectile.

1. The trajectory of an object undergoing projectile motion consists of a vertical component and a horizontal component. Projectile Motion (Part II) Indirect fire (provided by the finest regiment in the British Army - the Royal Artillery) is the example I used in this video. 0. thanks but this makes me confused after doing this question: A steel ball of mass 0.

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Fluid Density, Viscosity & Drag 1. You might like to use the question below to highlight that the equations of motion (SUVAT equations) only apply to uniform acceleration.

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Particles - Multiple Choice.

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EM Radiation and Quantum Phenomena - Multiple Choice.

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