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Introduction to Uniformly Accelerated Motion with Examples of Objects in UAM

By Flipping Physics, 05/21/2014
This is an introductory lesson about Uniformly Accelerated Motion or UAM. I show examples of 5 different objects experiencing UAM, some are even in slow motion. We also learn my simple way of remembering how to use the UAM equations.

Content Times:
0:20 Defining what it means to be in UAM
0:40 5 examples of objects experiencing UAM (some in slow motion)
1:50 Disclaimer for the peanut gallery
2:50 The four UAM equations
3:32 The five UAM variables
4:45 How to work with the UAM equations
5:31 One Happy Physics Student!

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