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A short page explaining relative velocity.
This site takes you through the calculation of an orbit velocity.
Introductory page linking to more information on various applications of velocity and acceleration
For an object rotating about an axis, every point on the object has the same angular velocity.
The cross-country navigation of an aircraft involves the vector addition of relative velocities since the resultant ground speed is the vector sum of the airspeed and the wind speed.
If two events, denoted by A and B, are mutually exclusive and have the individual probabilities P(A) and P(B), then the probability of "A or B" is just the sum of the individual probabilities.
Ernest Orlando Lawrence (1901 - 1958) invented the cyclotron, a device for accelerating nuclear particles to very high velocities without the use of high voltages.
Basic definitions of radian, angular velocity and acceleration.
A detailed mathematical treatment of wave functions.
Pull the stick man towards school to draw graphs of displacement, velocity and acceleration.
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