Physics intro

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42Geek
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Physics intro
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2011-06-03 23:42:45
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Physics introduction velocity time acceleration
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Formulas used in basic physics.
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  1. Assuming that we have the values of the final velocity and the initial velocity, how do we find the average velocity?
    (Vf+Vi)/2
  2. What is the value for the acceleration of the gravity of Earth?
    10 meters per second squared.
  3. Given the initial velocity, the acceleration, and the displacement, how do you find the final velocity?
    Vf^2=Vi^2+2a(d)

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