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How to Derive Equations of Motion - With and Without Calculus

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Uploaded on Nov 5, 2009

Here's how to derive the 4 major kinematic equations (aka: equations of motion) that are used to describe the motion of particles in physics.

I show how to derive the both with and without calculus.

These equations are valid only if accleration is constant. Acceleration can be equal to zero, however it can't change.

If you have a changing acceleration, then calculus must be used to get a different set of equations.

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