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Relative Velocity Part 2

Relative Velocity Part 2

Objective:

This the the 2nd packet in a series of 4 packets on relative velocity. In this packet I go over how to calculate the relative velocity of two objects moving in the same direction.

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Prerequisites

The student should go over Relative Velocity Part 1 before beginning this packet.

Relative Velocity Part 2

In this slideshow I set-up the calculation for relative velocity given in the video, "Objects Moving In The Same Direction."

Objects Moving In The Same Direction

In this video I go over an in-depth solution on how to calculate the relative velocities of two objects when they are moving in the same direction.

Questions and Answers

  • BHANU
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    BHANU — over 1 year ago

    IF VA AND VB ARE THE VELOCITIES OF A AND B. THETA IS THE ANGLE BETWEEN VA AND VB. THEN RELATIVE VELOCITY OF A WITH RESPECT TO B IS?

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