1. Chapter 03 - Video 12: Relative Velocities, Example 3

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    from Chris Conley Added

    The most complex type of relative velocity problem. Here the two velocities are not at right angles with each other. A airplane is flying with a tail wind that is striking it at an angle.

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    • Chapter 03 - Video 11: Relative Velocities, Example 2

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      A slightly more complex relative velocity, where a boat must steer into the current in order to land directly across a river.

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      • Chapter 03 - Video 10: Relative Velocities, Example 1

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        An introduction to two-dimensional relative velocity problems. A simple boat crossing a river problem.

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        • Chapter 03 - Video 09: Projectile Motion, Example 3

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          The most difficult projectile motion problems involve launching an object from some height and at an angle.

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          • Chapter 03 - Video 08: Projectile Motion, Example 2

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            Here we look at a more complex projectile motion problem, where a ball is launched from a level surface and returns to its original height.

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            • Chapter 03 - Video 07: Projectile Motion, Example 1

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              We look at the simplest form of projectile motion, an object launched horizontally from some height.

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              • Chapter 03 - Video 06: Projectile Motion

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                We introduce the concept of projectie motion or two-dimensional motion.

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                • Cinema 4D Physics Test

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                  from Jacob Hepkema Added 107 0 0

                  Just playing around with the physics in Cinema 4D v12 using MoGraph - sound added afterwards. I made this by following the tutorial by Nick Campbell aka GreyScaleGorilla: https://vimeo.com/6476152

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                  • 2d cart and ball problem

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                    This is a solution to a 2 dimensional kinematics problem involving a cart traveling at constant velocity which launches a ball straight up in the air and then catches it again a little while later.

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                    • The Second Secret of Motion Graphs

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                      from Christian Gehman Added 49 0 0

                      In the "First Secret" you learned how to move "down" the motion graphs. Now unlock the second secret--how to move "up" motion graphs!

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