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Kinematics in

Two Dimensions; Vectors


IKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
ABKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In parKinemat
ics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In parKinemat
ics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)

(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile MotionKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion

Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion

3 6 Solving Projectile Motion


Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative VelocitKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS

3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 PKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 RelaKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?

AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
tive Velocity
rojectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 RelaKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
IKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
ABKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In parKinemat

ics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In parKinemat
ics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile MotionKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]

A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at


point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar

3 4 Adding Vectors Components


3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems

3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic


3 8 Relative VelocitKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 PKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3

3 1 Vectors and Scalars


3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 RelaKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
tive Velocity
rojectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
yKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
IKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]

A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at


point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
ABKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In parKinemat
ics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In parKinemat
ics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB

(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile MotionKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
*

CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]

A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at


point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative VelocitKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems

3 7 PKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 RelaKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3

3 1 Vectors and Scalars


3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
tive Velocity
rojectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
y
Kinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
IKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
ABKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In parKinemat
ics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]

A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at


point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In parKinemat
ics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile MotionKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)

n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
(c)
(d)

(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative VelocitKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the

Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]


A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 PKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems

3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic


3 8 RelaKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
tive Velocity
rojectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
y
Kinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
IKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
ABKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I

(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In parKinemat
ics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In parKinemat
ics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS

3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile MotionKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar

3 4 Adding Vectors Components


3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)

(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative VelocitKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 PKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the

Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]


A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion
Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 RelaKinematics in
Two Dimensions; Vectors
I
(b)
(a)
CHAPTER-OPENING QUESTION Guess now!
[Don t worry about getting the right answer now you will get another chance later in
the
Chapter. See also p. 1 of Chapter 1 for more explanation.]
A small heavy box of emergency supplies is dropped from a moving helicopter at
point A as it flies at constant speed in a horizontal direction. Which path in t
he
drawing below best describes the path of the box (neglecting air resistance) as
seen by a person standing on the ground?
AB
(c)
(d)
(e)
n Chapter 2 we dealt with motion along a straight line. We now consider the
motion of objects that move in paths in two (or three) dimensions. In par
*
CONTENTS
3
3 1 Vectors and Scalars
3 2 Addition of Vectors
Graphical Methods
3 3 Subtraction of V
Multiplication of a by a Scalar
3 4 Adding Vectors Components
3 5 Projectile Motion
3 6 Solving Projectile Motion

Problems
3 7 Projectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
tive Velocity
rojectile Motion Is Parabolic
3 8 Relative Velocity
y
tive Velocity
y