Constant Acceleration Equations | TI-89 App Every Step Physics

November 9, 2013 · by physics · Constant Acceleration

Acceleration on TI-89 Given Mass, Distance, Velocity: Video Transcript

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and other TI calculators for calculus and physics problems
and let’s get started you press in my programs
second alpha on the titanium to put the letters p h y s i c s in here
then you push alpha to put the open and closed parenthesis
you press enter and you’re into my program we want to do acceleration
so we choose that there’s many many things
goes the list goes all the way down you can see the arrow here
that shows that you have many more things to look at
for your passing your physics test but were we need acceleration so
we’re going to put that there here we have angular, centripetal, and
tangential acceleration which you can go to individually, but I wanna do
just acceleration and and what happens is your program or
your problem test problem asks you to find acceleration
well that gives you the key to go to acceleration in my program
and then they give you certain variables well i’ve written down about as many variables
that I know about and right now we want to do
we have for instance give you distance
here’s the one where they give you time but they give you mass distance and velocity
so we’re going to do that one and then we have to press alpha before
we enter anything into these entry lines here press alpha and put in eight
gives you the option of grams or kilograms I say it’s kilograms
and initial velocity would be let’s say alpha six
meters centimeters I try to handle all the situations for you
and then we have alpha maybe i don’t know maybe seven
and meters again and then distance
which I like to call displacement but they say distance
ah let’s say it’s three alpha three
and I show you what you’ve entered make sure you’ve got the variables right
and I say it’s ok and here’s the formula
one half v f squared minus vi you’ve already got a hundred percent on this
problem they’re all scored by curves and partial credit
right now in an instant you write this down on your paper
you’ve got a hundred percent on this problem two point one six six seven meters per second
squared pretty neat huh
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