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Physics
Course
PHYS 111
Professor
Joseph Sanderson
Semester
Fall

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PHYS 111 – 002 Jaspreet Singh Bhogal Week 1 Summary 20465913 A vector is a quantity with magnitude and direction. Vector addition and subtraction is possible through components, parallelogram method, and the 2 head-to-tail method. Velocity (m/s), acceleration (m/s ), and momentum are all vectors derived from the physical properties of time, mass, and displacement. Velocity and speed both measure how fast an object is travelling. However, velocity measures the displacement (distance from start to end) relative to time, while speed measures the total distance covered relative to time. I
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