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Position Vector

In the multi-dimension, the position of an object can be given by the position vector

r xi y j zk

(3.1)

In multi-dimension, the displacement velocity and the acceleration can be given by

r xi y j zk

v vx i v y j vz k a a x i a y j az k

Projectile Motion

The projectile motion is one of the most common type of multi-dimensional motion, for general projectile motion, there is no acceleration in horizon (since we ignore the air resistance), and the vertical acceleration is the gravitational acceleration, hence the equations for general projectile motion become x x0 v0 x t (3.5) v x v0 x (3.6)

y y0 v0 y t 1 2 gt 2

v y v0 y gt

2 v2 y v0 y 2 g ( y y 0 )

And in the projectile motion there are some thing we need to know

When the object touch the ground (we assume the object is on the ground initially), from Eq.(3.9), since no displacement, the magnitude of the velocity will be equal to the initial velocity, but the direction will be opposite.

Since wehave know that the Y-velocity when the object touch the ground will be equal in magnitude and opposite in direction to the initial velocity, hence the total change in velocity during the trip is negative and twice as the initial velocity, hence the total time travel is given by the change of velocity over the

acceleration g

ttot

2v0 y g

(3.10)

And since at the maximum height, the velocity will be zero, hence the change of velocity is negative of the initial velocity, thus, the time needed for the object to reach its maximum height is

v0 y g

(3.11)

Since the change of velocity is half of the total trip, the time traveled is also the half of it.

The horizontal distance of a projectile motion can be given by Eq.(3.5), now substitute the time by Eq.(3.10) , we have

x x0

2 v0 x v0 y g

Where the initial x-velocity and y-velocity can be expressed as v0 x v0 cos v y v sin

0 0

v02 sin 2 x x0 g

We can see that the distance is determined by the angle between the initial velocity and the horizontal, and has the maximum value at 45o

v02 g

(3.12)

In the projectile motion, the trajectory of it is a open-down parabola, and this can be shown mathematically, the t can be given by Eq.(3.5)

x x0 v0 x

Now, substitute it into Eq.(3.7) and setting x0 to be zero, the equation can be reduced to the form

y y0

v0 y v0 x

1 g 2 x 2 v02x

y Ax 2 Bx

Just the equation of open-down parabola.

Circular Motion

Circular motion is another case of multi-dimensional motions, circular motion is the motion that the object moves in a circle, can be classified into two kinds, uniform and non-uniform, in former, the object move with the same speed but the direction will change, in latter, neither the speed nor the direction is constant.

approaches to zero, the

r , as

v,

v vi v f v

a lim

t 0

very small, hence

lim

t 0

s v t

And since

v will be

point to the centered of the circle, finally, the acceleration can be given by

v2 (r) r

(3.13)

r rr r cos i r sin j

a v2 (r ) r 2 r v

and the period of one cycle is given by the total path length in one cycle over the speed.

T

(3.14)

In non-uniform circular motion, not only the speed but also the direction of the velocity will change, the acceleration can be given by the same setting

r rr r cos i r sin j

v v sin i v cos j

a v2 dv ( cos i sin j ) ( sin i cos j ) r dt v2 dv ( r ) ( ) r dt

Where the direction of the second term is the direction of velocity, hence, the acceleration is given by

a

(3.15)

Relative Motion

A man walk with velocity 1 m/s on a moving train with velocity 20 m/s, what is the velocity of the man relative to the ground? The mans velocity 1 m/s is relative to the train, denoted by vmt ,the velocity of the train is relative to the ground, denoted by vtg , the velocity of the man relative to the ground can be given by vac vab vbc (3.16) hence, the velocity of the man relative to the ground will be 21 m/s.

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