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vectors, inertia and newton's first and second law -phys.docx

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Physics
Course
PHYS 1114
Professor
B.Hughes
Semester
Winter

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Vectors Vectors (in forces) are quantities that have both a magnitude and a direction. ex. tension gravity normal forcefriction street direction velocity acceleration forces displacement Scalars are quantities that have no direction ex. temperature mass distance energy number of people in room Ways to write directions with forces is by direction itself or by angle ex. F(with vector on top )g=100N [down] o T(with vector on top)=20N[60 ]
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