Re: Re: Spring 2018, Homework 03 Posted by System Administrator on Sat 03 of Feb, 2018 19:15 EST posts: 9 ☆ ☆ ☆ If you identify the velocity as v = dx/dt then the acceleration can be written as a = dv/dt Therefore the equation of motion can be written as an equation for dv/dt, together with the definition of the velocity above.

Re: Re: Spring 2018, Homework 03 Posted by System Administrator on Sat 03 of Feb, 2018 19:15 EST posts: 9 ☆ ☆ ☆ If you identify the velocity as v = dx/dt then the acceleration can be written as a = dv/dt Therefore the equation of motion can be written as an equation for dv/dt, together with the definition of the velocity above.