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Circular Motion,2D motion,mechanics revision notes from A-level Maths Tutor

Circular Motion,2D motion,mechanics revision notes from A-level Maths Tutor

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Circular motion described with equations for angular velocity,angle & velocity and by using vectors.Displacement vector, velocity vector and acceleration vector explained with clear illustrations and worked examples.
Circular motion described with equations for angular velocity,angle & velocity and by using vectors.Displacement vector, velocity vector and acceleration vector explained with clear illustrations and worked examples.

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2D Motion
 
Mechanics
 
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2D Motion : Circular Motion
Summary of equationsDescribing the circle - position vector
R
 
i
 j
are unit vectors along the x and y-axis respectively.The position vector
R
of a particle at P from O, at time t, is given by:As the position vector
R
rotates anti-clockwise, the particle at P traces out a circle of radius
.
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2D Motion
 
Mechanics
 
topic notes
 
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The velocity vector
V
 The velocity vector
V
at an instant is given by differentiating the position vector
R
withrespect to
.Here the unit vectors
i
 j
, parallel to the x and y-axes, are centred on the particle at P.the magnitude of the velocity is given by:
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2D Motion
 
Mechanics
 
topic notes
 
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The acceleration vector
A
 The acceleration of the particle at P is given by differentiating
V
with respect to
.
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