Vector kinematics

United States, 1962

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Episode of Series “PSSC physics”
Displacement, velocity and acceleration vectors are demonstrated for circular, simple harmonic and other two-dimensional motions, displayed visually on a cathode ray tube screen by an electronic computer. Francis L. Friedman discusses their relationships.

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producer

Kevin Smith

director

Jack Churchill

production company

Educational Services Incorporated

Duration

00:16:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1962

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PSSC physics

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PSSC physics

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