* See Chapter 2 of your textbook *

- Connections between position, velocity, etc., if the acceleration is constant
- Using calculus to derive the kinematic equations

Today, we practice doing problems which involve motion in a single direction. Some of them can be complicated ... but as long as you take your time, they aren't too hard.

Put your experimental, statistical, and kinematic skills to the test:

If we have time, we'll use kinematics to measure the height of floors in the COS atrium.

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