

Today:

See how position, velocity and acceleration
are related

Algebraically

Graphically

Look at a few exercises

One comment about Friday Don't be concerned
about taking derivatives or doing integrals at this point, but do strive
to understand the concepts behind them and their roles in physics.

A derivative is the rate of change.

Instantaneous velocity is approximately equal
to average velocity for short time intervals.
For Wed:

Work out exercises from the back of chapter
3: 310P, 328P, 344P (the text calls these "problems", but we
know them as exercises) & write a short summary of chapter 3
(use your own words, try to avoid equations). You can/ should also
include any questions you still have about the material.

You might consider trying other exercises
from the end of the chapter (what is assigned can be considered the minimum).
Here are couple from chapter 3 that may be helpful to try: 37P, 327P,
349P, 355P.

