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M1 Mechanics - Kinematics

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  1. you understand the language of kinematics?(show/hide all)
  2. you know the difference between position, displacement and distance?(show/hide all)
  3. you know the difference between velocity and speed, and between acceleration and magnitude of acceleration?(show/hide all)
  4. you are able to draw and interpret kinematics graphs, knowing the significance (where appropriate) of their gradients and the areas underneath them?(show/hide all)
  5. you are able to differentiate position and velocity with respect to time and know what measures result?(show/hide all)
  6. you are able to integrate acceleration and velocity with respect to time and know what measures result?(show/hide all)
  7. you are able to recognise when the use of constant acceleration formulae is appropriate?(show/hide all)
  8. you are able to solve kinematics problems using constant acceleration formulae and calculus?(show/hide all)

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