Uniform Rectilinear Motion URM The mathematics equation

# Uniform Rectilinear Motion URM The mathematics equation

hello everybody and welcome to a new
video from profesor10demates and profesornativogratis ok so today
we’re going to do a video about the equations involving the uniform
rectilinear motion you are M so for a uniform rectilinear motion you are M the
checked trajectory is a straight line and this is important it has to be a
straight line if they not the equation doesn’t work and the velocity has to be
constant this is also important ok the velocity equation for the uniform
rectilinear motion URM is V equals s divided by T where V is the velocity or
speed in meters per second or meters per second you can say either ok s is the
distance in meters and T is a time in seconds
ok so we can obtain other mathematical equations which allow us to calculate
the variable we need so if you are looking for time the equation in that
case will be tired T equals s divided by V and if you’re looking for s for the
distance then s distance equals V times T ok I’m going to show you a little
trick now so it’s an easy way to remember these three equations if you
draw a triangle okay and at the top of the triangle we are going to put the s
remember that yes is distance okay at the bottom we have V and T ok
so if you want s well then you can see the s equals V times T okay but if you
want T for example within T equals s divided by V in this way it’s quite easy
to remember and the same with V okay this way it’s easy we have V equals s
divided by T and that’s as easy it can get it can get you can’t get any easier
than that simple okay so have you all understood it so now we can go on ahead
and we can start putting it into practice okay see you then see you next
video bye

## 14 Replies to “Uniform Rectilinear Motion URM The mathematics equation”

1. David Torrén Verge says:

MathTeacher10 próximamente?? 🤔🤔

2. Brayan Elías says:

Se viene la adaptación de Netflix :V alv

3. Lekiam Logaritmo says:

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4. Jesús Sánchez says:

What the hell

5. Dr. GerG says:

Veo que estás subiendo el nivel, sigue asi máquina!!!

6. Juan Manuel says:

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7. Carmen Rodriguez says:

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Qué ?

9. Javier Días says:

Esa es tu voz? 🤔
Cómo que no la reconozco jaaja

10. Orfeo Russell says:

Every thing is in English now…damm

11. Pingao Freerunner says:

Subiendo el nivel a internacional… Que tiemble Unicos que Sergio ya está aquí!

12. Fractal Austral says:

Machine <3 pero falta la risita al comienzo.

13. j nach says:

PROFESOR. DUDA IMPORTANTE.
Mi profesor de álgebra cuando hace gausss y hace 0s para diagonalizar hace f1× (1/¶) f2.

Siendo ¶ un parámetro definido en R.

Se puede hacer y luego discutir haciendo operaciones así???!!!! O es imposible hacer combinaciones lineales y resolver por Gauss porque ¶ podría ser "0" y anular el denominador?

14. Pottermanía says:

Buenos dias profesor. Tengo una duda respecto a un problema. El problema es el siguiente
Si A y B son dos conjuntos disjuntos, no es correcto afirmar que
a) Si a pertenece a A, entonces a no pertenece a B
b) Si a pertenece a B, entonces a pertenece a A complemento
c) Si a no pertenece a A, entonces a pertenece a B
Aclaremelo. Gracias