Deriving Motion Equations with Drag Force (22:20)
The position, velocity, and acceleration as a function of time equations for a dropped ball with a drag force acting on it are derived. The graphs for those equations are also shown. This is an AP Physics C: Mechanics topic.
Content Times: 0:00 The problem setup 1:03 Determining terminal velocity 2:29 Determining velocity as a function of time 6:57 Avoiding u substitution 8:32 Completing velocity as a function of time 10:37 Determining acceleration as a function of time 14:18 Graphing acceleration as a function of time 15:52 Graphing velocity as a function of time 17:05 Determining position as a function of time 20:51 Graphing position as a function of time 

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