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Homework Help: Kinematics in Two Dimensions

  1. Nov 6, 2009 #1
    Having diffuclty understanding the concepts, etc. I did alright for one dimension, but now I am pretty lost. I have trouble knowing what to find and how to draw everything out. (Chapter 3, Cutnell & Johnson, 7th Edition). Does anyone have any recommendations on online outlines or even youtube videos to help? Anything is appreciated, thanks
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  3. Nov 6, 2009 #2


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    This forum might be a good place to start! :biggrin:

    You can search google for help on 2-D kinematics tutorials though, I'm sure there should be some out there. One way to make the jump to 2-D kinematics is be on solid footing for 1-D kinematics. I think another thing that trips people up is thinking that movement in one direction effects movement in the other, which it doesn't. Feel free to post a question on the forum (with work provided and in the appropriate section) if you need help.
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