In equation 1.5.1, a = f (t)

This states acceleration which is a function of time.

Taking from the equation (1.2),

dv / dt =a = f (t)

Or calculation for dv = f (t) dt

On integrating it, the calculated equation is,

In equation 1.5.2, a = f (v)

This states acceleration which is a function of velocity.

Taking from the equation (1.3),

a = dv / dt = f (v)

Or calculation for dv / f (v) dt

On integrating it, the calculated equation is,

In equation 1.5.3, a = f (S)

This states acceleration which is a function of distance.

Taking from the equation (1.4),

V dv = a dS

Or calculation for v dv = f (s) Ds

On integrating it, the calculated equation is,

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- Introduction about distributed forces
- Area moments of inertia in rectangular and polar coordinates
- Mass moment of inertia introduction
- Work done by force
- Kinematics of particles
- Plane motion

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