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2 solve problems involving motion in a straight line when

acceleration varies with time

3 use calculus and vectors to solve problems involving

motion in two dimensions.

Kinematics of a

particle moving in

a straight line or plane

You could use projectile motion to model the flight of a golf ball. In this

chapter you will make the following modelling assumptions:

Objects can be modelled as particles.

The force due to gravity is uniform and acts vertically downwards.

Objects only move in a vertical plane. There is no side-to-side

movement.

modelled as being constant. When other forces act on a projectile

they can vary with time. As this rocket travels into space, fuel is burnt

and the mass of the rocket decreases with time. The acceleration of

the rocket is not constant but increases with time.

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1.1

You can use the constant acceleration formulae for a projectile moving in a

vertical plane.

When a particle is projected with speed u, at an angle to the horizontal, it will move along a

symmetric curve.

u

The angle is called the angle of projection or angle of elevation of the particle.

vertical

The initial velocity of the projectile can be resolved into two components.

u sin

horizontal

u cos

The vertical component of the initial velocity is u sin .

The vertical motion of the projectile is motion with constant acceleration of magnitude

g ms 2. You can use the constant acceleration formulae from book M1.

The horizontal motion of a projectile is motion with constant speed. You can use the formula

distance speed time.

The distance from the point from which the

particle was projected to the point where it

strikes the horizontal plane is called the range.

The time the particle takes to move from its

point of projection to the point where it strikes

the horizontal plane is called the time of flight

of the projectile.

Greatest height

Range

Example 1

A particle P is projected from a point O on a horizontal plane with speed 28 m s1 and with angle

of elevation 30. After projection, the particle moves freely under gravity until it strikes the plane

at a point A. Find

a the greatest height above the plane reached by P,

b the time of flight of P,

c the distance OA.

2

and vertically

R() ux 28 cos 30 24.248

R()

uy 28 sin 30 14

horizontally and vertically:

28 sin 30

28

30

28 cos 30

R() u 14, v 0, a 9.8, s ?

v 2 u2 2as

02 142 2 9.8 s

2

14

s _______

10

2 9.8

The greatest height above the plane reached

by P is 10 m.

The particle strikes the plane when the

vertical displacement is zero.

R() s 0, u 14, a 9.8, t ?

s ut _21 at2

0 14t 4.9t2

t(14 4.9t)

t0

14 2.857 2.9

or t ___

4.9

The time of flight is 2.9 s, to 2 significant

figures.

R() distance speed time

28 cos 30 2.857

69.282 69

OA 69 m, to 2 significant figures

component of the velocity is zero.

The vertical motion is motion with

constant acceleration. You can use the

formulae you learnt in Chapter 2 of

Book M1.

is at the same height (zero) as when it

started.

which P was projected and can be

ignored.

The value for g was given to 2

significant figures. You should not give

your answer to a greater accuracy than

the data used, so you should round

your answer to 2 significant figures.

There is no horizontal acceleration.

To find the total distance moved

horizotnally you use the time of flight

found in part b. You should use the

unrounded value (2.857), not the

rounded value (2.9). Otherwise you

will make rounding errors.

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Example 2

A ball is thrown horizontally, with speed 20 m s1, from the top of a building which is 30 m high.

Find

a the time the ball takes to reach the ground,

b the distance between the bottom of the building and the point where the ball strikes the

ground.

20 m s1

and the ground as a horizontal

plane and ignore air resistance.

30 m

vertically

R() ux 20

R()

a

uy 0

horizontally the initial horizontal

component of the velocity is

20 m s1 and the initial vertical

component is zero.

R() u 0, s 30, a 9.8, t ?

s ut _21 at2

30 0 4.9 t2

constant acceleration. The final

velocity v is not involved here,

so you choose the formula

without v.

30 t ___

30 2.474 2.5

t2 ___

4.9

4.9

The ball takes 2.5 s, to 2 significant figures, to reach

the ground.

positive, so the value for a is

positive.

20 2.474 49.487

49

constant velocity.

_____

( )

figures, from the bottom of the building.

Example 3

A particle is projected from a point O with speed V m s1 and at an angle of elevation of , where

tan _34. The point O is 42.5 m above a horizontal plane. The particle strikes the plane, at a

point A, 5 s after it is projected.

a Show that V 20.

b Find the distance between O and A.

V m s1

42.5 m

xm

vertically

R() ux V cos _35 V

R()

a

uy V sin _54 V

R()

s 42.5, u _54 V, g 9.8, t 5

s ut _21 at2

42.5 _54 V 5 4.9 25

resolve the initial velocity.

When you know tan you can

draw a triangle to find cos

and sin .

tan _43

sin _45

cos _35

s ut _12 at2 to obtain an

equation in V, which you solve.

4V 4.9 25 42.5 80

80

t 20, as required.

V __

4

R() distance speed time

x _35 V 5 3V 60

Using Pythagoras Theorem

OA2 42.52 602 5406.25

________

OA 5406.25 73.527 74

The distance between O and A is 74 m, to 2

significant figures.

in part a to find the horizontal

distance moved by the particle.

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Example 4

A particle is projected with a point O with speed 35 m s1 at an angle of elevation of 30.

The particle moves freely under gravity.

Find the length of time for which the particle is 15 m or more above O.

First on the way up and then on the

way down.

35 m s1

15 m

30

R() uy 35 sin 30 17.5

s 15, u 17.5, a 9.8, t ?

s ut _21 at2

15 17.5t 4.9t2

4.9t2 17.5t 15 0

Multiplying by 10

49t2 175t 150 0

(7t 10)(7t 15) 0

10 __

, 17

t __

7 7

component of the initial velocity is not

used.

find the two times when the particle

is 15 m above O. Between these two

times, the particle will be more than

15 m above O.

you could use the formula for solving

a quadratic equation.

15

10

__

__

_57

7

7

decimal to 2 significant figures, 0.71 s.

Example 5

A particle is projected from a point with speed u m s1 at an angle of elevation and moves freely

under gravity. When the particle has moved a horizontal distance x, its height above the point of

projection is y.

gx2

a Show that y x tan ___2 (1 tan2 )

2u

A particle is projected from a point A on a horizontal plane, with speed 28 m s1 at an angle of

elevation . The particle passes through a point B, which is at a horizontal distance of 32 m from

A and at a height of 8 m above the plane.

b Find the two possible values of , giving your answers to the nearest degree.

y

u

R()

ux u cos

R() uy u sin

For the horizontal motion

distance speed time

x u cos t

For the vertical motion, taking upwards as positive

R() s ut _21 at2

y u sin t _21 gt2

x

t ______

u cos

Substituting into

2

x

x

1 ______

__

y u sin ______

g

(

)

u cos 2 u cos

sin

1

_____

Using tan _____

cos and cos sec ,

gx2

y x tan ___2 sec2

2u

Using sec2 1 tan2 ,

gx2

y x tan ___2 (1 tan2 ), as required.

2u

b

and g 9.8

8 32 tan 6.4(1 tan2 )

Rearranging as a quadratic in tan

6.4 tan2 32 tan 14.4 0

Divide all terms by 1.6

4 tan2 20 tan 9 0

(2 tan 1)(2 tan 9) 0

tan _21 , _92

projection horizontally and

vertically.

taken as positive, the vertical

acceleration is g.

You have obtained two

equations, labelled and .

Both equations contain t and

the result you have been asked

to show has no t in it. You must

eliminate t using substitution.

can be found in Chapter 6 of

book C3. The M2 specification

assumes that you have studied

modules M1, C1, C2 and C3.

You substitute the values given

in part b into the result given

in part a.

You could use the quadratic

formula to solve this equation.

elevation for which the particle

will pass through B. This sketch

illustrates the two paths.

y

B

O

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Example 6

A

2m

B

A ball in struck by a racket at a point A which is 2 m above horizontal ground. Immediately after

being struck, the ball has velocity (5i 8j) m s1, where i and j are unit vectors horizontally and

vertically respectively. After being struck, the ball travels freely under gravity until it strikes the

ground at the point B, as shown in the diagram above. Find

a the greatest height above the ground reached by the ball,

b the speed of the ball as it reaches B,

c the angle the velocity of the ball makes with the ground as the ball reaches B.

R() u 8, v 0, a 9.8, s ?

v2 u2 2as

02 82 2 9.8 s

64 3.265 3.3

s ____

19.6

The greatest height above the ground reached by the

ball is (2 3.3) m 5.3 m, to 2 significant figures.

The horizontal component of the velocity of the ball

at B is 5 m s1.

The vertical component of the velocity of the ball

at B is given by

R() s 2, u 8, a 9.8, v ?

v2 u2 2as

82 2 (9.8) (2) 100.2

The speed at B is given by

v2 52 100.2 125.2

_____

v 125.2 11

The speed of the ball as it reaches B is 11 m s1,

to 2 significant figures.

The angle is given by

_____

tan

above the point of projection.

You need to add 2 m to find

the height above the ground.

The horizontal motion is

motion with constant speed, so

the horizontal component of

the velocity never changes.

There is no need to find the

square root of 100.2 at this

point, as you need v2 in the

next stage of the calculation.

has two components as shown

below.

B

100.2

100.2

_______

2.002

63

5

The angle the velocity of the ball makes with the

ground as the ball reaches B is 63, to the nearest

degree.

8

has been given as a vector in

terms of i and j. The horizontal

component is 5 and the

vertical component is 8.

direction of the velocity are

found using trigonometry and

Pythagoras theorem.

Exercise 1A

1 A particle is projected with speed 35 m s1 at an angle of elevation of 60. Find the time the

particle takes to reach its greatest height.

2 A ball is projected from a point 5 m above horizontal round with speed 18 m s1 at an angle

of elevation of 40. Find the height of the ball above the ground 2 s after projection.

3 A stone is projected horizontally from a point above horizontal ground with speed 32 m s1.

The stone takes 2.5 s to reach the ground. Find

a the height of the point of projection above the ground,

b the distance from the point on the ground vertically below the point of projection to the

point where the stone reached the ground.

4 A projectile is launched from a point on horizontal ground with speed 150 m s1 at an angle

of 10 to the horizontal. Find

a the time the projectile takes to reach its highest point above the ground,

b the range of the projectile.

5 A particle is projected from a point O on a horizontal plane with speed 20 m s1 at an angle

of elevation of 45. The particle moves freely under gravity until it strikes the ground at a

point X. Find

a the greatest height above the plane reached by the particle,

b the distance OX.

6 A ball is projected from a point A on level ground with speed 24 m s1. The ball is projected

at an angle to the horizontal where sin _54. The ball moves freely under gravity until it

strikes the ground at a point B. Find

a the time of flight of the ball,

b the distance from A to B.

7 A particle is projected with speed 21 m s1 at an angle of elevation . Given that the greatest

height reached above the point of projection is 15 m, find the value of , giving your answer

to the nearest degree.

8 A particle is projected horizontally from a point A which is 16 m above horizontal ground.

The projectile strikes the ground at a point B which is at a horizontal distance of 140 m

from A. Find the speed of projection of the particle.

9 A particle P is projected from the origin with velocity (12i 24j) m s1, where i and j are

horizontal and vertical unit vectors respectively. The particle moves freely under gravity. Find

a the position vector of P after 3 s,

b the speed of P after 3 s.

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CHAPTER

10 A stone is thrown with speed 30 m s1 from a window which is 20 m above horizontal

ground. The stone hits the ground 3.5 s later. Find

a the angle of projection of the stone,

b the horizontal distance from the window to the point where the stone hits the ground.

11 A ball is thrown from a point O on horizontal ground with speed u m s1 at an angle of

elevation of , where tan _43. The ball strikes a vertical wall which is 20 m from O at a

point which is 3 m above the ground. Find

a the value of u,

b the time from the instant the ball is thrown to the instant that it strikes the wall.

12

A

B

20 m

12 m

C

[In this question, the unit vectors i and j are in a vertical plane, i being horizontal and j being vertical. ]

A particle P is projected from a point A with position vector 20j m with respect to a fixed

origin O. The velocity of projection is (5ui 4uj) m s1. The particle moves freely under

gravity, passing through a point B, which has position vector (ki 12j) m, where k is a

constant, before reaching the point C on the x-axis, as shown in the figure above.

The particle takes 4 s to move from A to B. Find

a the value of u,

b the value of k,

c the angle the velocity of P makes with the x-axis as it reaches C.

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y

A

15

30 m s1

14 m

A stone is thrown from a point A with speed 30 m s1 at an angle of 15 below the

horizontal. The point A is 14 m above horizontal ground. The stone strikes the ground at the

point B, as shown in the figure above. Find

a the time the stone takes to travel from A to B,

10

14 A particle is projected from a point with speed 21 m s1 at an angle of elevation and moves

freely under gravity. When the particle has moved a horizontal distance x m, its height

above the point of projection is y m.

x .

a Show that y x tan ________

90 cos2

b Given that y 8.1 when x 36, find the value of tan .

2

15 A projectile is launched from a point on a horizontal plane with initial speed u m s1 at an

angle of elevation . The particle moves freely under gravity until it strikes the plane. The

range of the projectile is R m.

2u sin seconds.

a Show that the time of flight of the particle is _______

g

2

u

sin

2

________

b Show that R

.

g

c Deduce that, for a fixed u, the greatest possible range is when 45.

2u2, find the two possible values of the angle of elevation at which the

d Given that R ___

5g

projectile could have been launched.

16 A particle is projected from a point on level ground with speed u m s1 and angle of

elevation . The maximum height reached by the particle is 42 m above the ground and the

particle hits the ground 196 m from its point of projection.

Find the value of and the value of u.

1.2

You can use the calculus for a particle moving in a straight line with acceleration

that varies with time.

In M1 you used formulae like s ut _21 at2 for particles moving in straight lines. These formulae

can only be used when a particle is moving with constant acceleration. If the acceleration of the

particle varies, you must use calculus.

This particle is moving in a straight line with

acceleration a, displacement x and velocity v.

The relationship between these three variables is

shown in the diagram below.

a

v

O

Displacement (x)

Integrate

Differentiate

Velocity (v)

Differentiate

Integrate

Acceleration (a)

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To find the velocity from the displacement, you differentiate

with respect to time.

Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity with time.

To find the acceleration from the velocity you differentiate

with respect to time.

To obtain the velocity from the acceleration, you integrate

with respect to time.

Using symbols:

dx

v ___

dt

d2x

___

a dv ____

dt dt2

v a dt

x v dt

with respect to time.

When you integrate, it is important that you remember to include a constant of integration.

The constant of integration often represents the initial displacement or initial velocity of a

particle. Many questions include information which enables you to find the value of this

constant.

Example 7

A particle P is moving on the x-axis. At time t seconds, the displacement x metres from O is given

by x t 4 32t 12. Find

a the speed of P when t 3,

b the value of t for which P is instantaneously at rest,

c the magnitude of the acceleration of P when t 1.5.

12

x t 4 32t 12

dx 4t3 32

v ___

dt

When t 3,

v 4 33 32 76

The speed of P when t 3 is 76 m s1.

v 4t 3 32 0

32 8

t3 ___

4

t2

v 4t 3 32

dv 12t2

a ___

dt

When t 1.5,

a 12 1.52 27

The magnitude of the acceleration of P when

t 1.5 is 27 m s2.

differentiating the displacement.

t 3, you substitute t 3 into

the expression.

v 0. You substitute v 0

into your expression for v and

solve the resulting equation to

find t.

differentiating the velocity.

Example 8

A particle is moving on the x-axis. At time t 0, the particle is at the point where x 5.

The velocity of the particle at time t seconds (where t 0) is (6t t2) m s1. Find

a the acceleration of the particle when t 2,

b the acceleration of the particle when t 4,

c an expression for the displacement of the particle from O at time t seconds,

d the distance of the particle from its starting point when t 6.

v 6t t2

dv 6 2t

a ___

dt

When t 2,

a6222

When t 2, the acceleration of the particle is

2 m s1 directed away from the origin O.

When t 4,

a 6 2 4 2

When t 2, the acceleration of the particle is

2 m s1 directed towards the origin O.

x v dt

3

t c, where c is a constant of

3t2 __

3

integration.

When t 0, x 5

O3 c c c 5

5 3 02 ___

3

The displacement of the particle from O after

differentiating the velocity.

Acceleration is a vector

quantity. When specifying an

acceleration, you should give

the direction of the acceleration

as well as its magnitude.

You integrate the velocity to

find the displacement. You

must remember to add the

constant of integration.

This information enables you to

find the value of the constant

of integration.

t3 5 m.

t seconds is 3t2 __

3

3

6 5 41

x 3 62 ___

3

The displacement from the starting point is

(41 5) m 36 m.

that, when t 6 the particle is

41 m from O. When the particle

started, it was 5 m from O. So

the distance from its starting

point is (41 5) m.

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Example 9

A particle P is moving along a straight line. At time t 0, the particle is at a point A and is

moving with velocity 8 m s1 towards a point B on the line, where AB

___ 30 m. At time t seconds

(where t 0), the acceleration of P is (2 2t) m s2 in the direction AB.

a Find an expression, in terms of t, for the displacement of P from A at time t seconds.

b Show that P does not reach B.

c Find the value of t when P returns to A, giving your answer to 3 significant figures.

d Find the total distance travelled by P in the interval between the two instants when it passes

through A.

v a dt (2 2t) dt

2t t2 c, where c is a constant of

integration

When t 0, v 8

from the acceleration, you

have to integrate twice. At

each stage you must use the

information in the question to

find the constant of integration.

800cc8

Let s m be the displacement from A at time

t seconds

v 8 2t t2

s v dt (8 2t t2) dt

t3 k, where k is a constant of

8t t2 __

3

integration

When t 0, s 0

0000kk0

The displacement of P from A at time t seconds is

( 8t t

t m.

__

3

ds v 0

___

dt

From a

v 8 2t t2 0

t2 2t 8 (t 4)(t 2) 0

t4

3

4 26_2 30

When t 4, s 8 4 42 ___

3

3

Hence, P does not reach B.

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integration is 0. Even when it

seems obvious that a constant

has this value, you should show

sufficient working to justify the

value 0.

the particle changes direction

and, instantaneously, its

velocity is zero.

Alternatively, using calculus,

the displacement has its

maximum when its derivative

is zero. As the derivative of the

displacement is the velocity,

these two ways of looking at

the question are equivalent.

so the second solution t 2

is not needed.

At A,

displacement from its starting

point is 0.

t 0

8t t2 __

3

t2 0

t 8 t __

3

t2 0

8 t __

3

t2 3t 24 0

____________

3 (9 4 24)

t _________________ 6.62

2

d

negative solution.

P moves from A to a point 26_23 m

from A and then back to A.

2 26_32 53_31 m.

Example 10

A small metal ball moving in a magnetic field is modelled as a particle P of mass 0.2 kg, moving

in a straight line under the action of a single variable force F newtons. At time t seconds,

the displacement, x metres, of B from A is given by x 3 sin 2t.

.

Find the magnitude of F when t __

6

You find forces using Newtons

Second Law, F ma. You

can find the acceleration by

differentiating the displacement

twice.

x 3 sin 2t

dx 6 cos 2t

v ___

dt

dv 12 sin 2t

a ___

dt

,

When t __

6

12 sin __

63

a 12 sin( 2 __

3

6)

__

Using F ma,

__

__

is 1.2__

The magnitude of F when t __

3

6

knowledge of the C3

specification. This includes

knowledge of differentiating

trigonometric, exponential and

logarithmic functions. It does

not require knowledge of the

integration of these functions.

as 2.1 to 2 significant figures,

would also be acceptable.

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Example 11

A particle P moves on the x-axis. At time t seconds, the velocity of P is v m s1 in the direction of

x increasing, where v is given by

v

5t,

0 t 1,

4,

t __

t2

3_94,

1 t 3,

t 3.

a Find the least speed of P in the interval 1 t 3.

b Sketch a velocitytime graph to illustrate the motion of P in the interval 0 t 6.

c Find the distance of P from O when t 6.

4 , you write

To differentiate __

t2

it as 4t2 and use the result

d (t n) ntn1.

__

dt

v t 4t2

The least value of v is when

dv 1 (2) 4t3 0

___

dt

8 0

1 __

t3

t3 8 t 2

4 m s1 3 m s1.

The least speed of P is 2 __

22

v (m s1)

5

3 49

3

16

t(x)

using calculus to find the

minimum. You differentiate

v and equate the result to 0.

You can then substitute the

resulting value of t to find the

least value of v.

_1 1 5 2_1 m

2

2

For 1 t 3

(t 4t

moved in the first second of

motion and in the interval

3 t 6 using the areas under

the graph in these intervals.

s v dt

1

t ____

4t c

) dt __

1

2

2

t2 __

4c

__

t

2

where c is a constant of integration.

When t 1, s 2_21

2_12 m. You use this as the initial

value in the interval 1 t 3 to

find the constant of integration.

c 2_21 _21 4 6

So

t __

46

s __

t

2

moved in the interval

1 t 3 by calculating the

definite integral

When t 3,

3 __

4 6 9__1

s __

6

3

2

From t 3 to t 6 P moves a further

(t 4t2) dt

the velocitytime graph

between t 1 and t 3.

( 3_94 3 ) m 10_31 m

When t 6, the distance of P from O is

9__61 10_31 m 19_21 m.

Exercise 1B

1 A particle is moving in a straight line. At time t seconds, its displacement, x m, from a fixed

point O on the line is given by x 2t3 8t. Find

a the speed of the particle when t 3,

b the magnitude of the acceleration of the particle when t 2.

2 A particle P is moving on the x-axis. At time t seconds, the velocity of P is

(8 2t 3t2) m s1 in the direction of x increasing. At time t 0, P is at the point where

x 4 Find

a the magnitude of the acceleration of P when t 3,

b the distance of P from O when t 1.

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CHAPTER

(16 2t) m s2 in the direction of x increasing. The velocity of P at time t seconds is v m s1.

When t 0, v 6 and when t 3, x 75. Find

a v in terms of t,

b the value of x when t 0.

4 A particle P is moving on the x-axis. At time t seconds (where t 0) , the velocity of P is

v m s1 in the direction of x increasing, where v 12 t t2.

Find the acceleration of P when P is instantaneously at rest.

5 A particle is moving in a straight line. At time t seconds, its displacement, x m, from a fixed

point O on the line is given by x 4t3 39t2 120t.

Find the distance between the two points where P is instantaneously at rest.

6 At time t seconds, where t 0, the velocity v m s1 of a particle moving in a straight line is

given by v 12 t 6t2. When t 0, P is at a point O on the line. Find

a the magnitude of the acceleration of P when v 0,

b the distance of P from O when v 0.

7 A particle P is moving on the x-axis. At time t seconds, the velocity of P is (4t t2) m s1 in

the direction of x increasing. At time t 0, P is at the origin O. Find

a the value of x at the instant where t 0 and P is at rest,

b the total distance moved by P in the interval 0 t 5.

8 A particle P is moving on the x-axis. At time t seconds, the velocity of P is

(6t2 26t 15) m s1 in the direction of x increasing. At time t 0, P is at the origin O.

In the subsequent motion P passes through O twice. Find

a the two non-zero values of t when P passes through O,

b the acceleration of P for these two values of t.

9 A particle P of mass 0.4 kg is moving in a straight line under the action of a single variable

force F newtons. At time t seconds (where t 0) the displacement x m of P from a fixed

k , where k is a constant. Given that when t 0, the velocity

point O is given by x 2t _____

t1

of P is 6 m s1, find

a the value of k,

b the distance of P from O when t 0,

c the magnitude of F when t 3.

10 A particle P moves along the x-axis. At time t seconds (where t 0) the velocity of P is

(3t2 12t 5) m s1 in the direction of x increasing. When t 0, P is at the origin O. Find

a the velocity of P when its acceleration is zero,

b the values of t when P is again at O,

c the distance travelled by P in the interval 3 t 4.

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11 A particle P moves in a straight line so that, at time t seconds, its velocity v m s1 is given by

v

4,

0t2

4,

5 __

t2

t 2.

b Find the distance moved by P in the interval 0 t 5.

12 A particle P moves in a straight line so that, at time t seconds, its acceleration, a m s2, is

given by

a

6t t2,

0t2

8 t,

t 2.

a the speed of P when t 2,

b the speed of P when t 4,

c the distance from O to P when t 4.

1.3

You can use calculus, with vectors, for a particle moving in a plane.

When a particle is moving in a plane you can describe its position r, its velocity v and its

acceleration a using vectors. The relationships between position (displacement), velocity and

acceleration are the same in two dimensions as in one dimension:

Position vector (r)

Integrate

Differentiate

Differentiate

Integrate

Often a dot is used as a short notation for differentiating with respect to time. One dot is used

when you differentiate once with respect to time and two dots are used when you differentiate

twice.

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CHAPTER

dr r. x. i y. j

If r xi yj, then v ___

dt

d2r r.. x.. i y.. j

___ ___

and a dv

dt dt 2

. dx

. dy

x ___

and y ___

dt

dt

.. d2x

.. ___

d2y

x ____

and

y

2

2

dt

dt

When you integrate a vector with respect to time, the constant of integration is a vector.

Many questions include information which enables you to find this constant vector.

Example 12

A particle P is moving in a plane. At time t seconds, its velocity v m s1 is given by

v 3t i _21 t 2 j

When t 0, the position vector of P with respect to a fixed origin O is (2i 3j) m. Find

a the position vector of P at time t seconds,

b the acceleration of P when t 3.

r v dt

( 3ti

_1 t 2 j

2

in the usual way, using

)dt

t

t dt ______

. You must

n1

n

3t i __

t jC

___

2

6

integration, which is a

vector, C.

When t 0, r 2i 3j

2i 3j 0i 0j C

C 2i 3j

Hence

3t 2 i __

3t 2 2 i

t 3 j 2i 3j ___

r ___

2

2

6

) ( __t6 3 ) j

2

v 3t i _21 t 2j

.

a v 3i t j

When t 3

a 3i 3j

When t 3, the acceleration of P is (3i 3j) m s2.

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the question giving you

the position vector when

t 0 enables you to find

C. You substitute t 0

and r 2i 3j into your

integrated expression and

solve for C.

3t 2 i __

) ( t6 3 ) j ] m.

[ ( ___

2

b

n1

terms in i and j to

complete your answer.

You differentiate 3t

and _12 t2 in the usual way,

d (t n) nt n1.

using __

dt

Example 13

A particle P is moving in a plane so that, at time t second, its acceleration is (4i 2t j) m s2.

When t 3, the velocity of P is 6i m s2 and the position vector of P is (20i 3j) m with respect

to a fixed origin O. Find

a the angle between the direction of motion of P and i when t 2,

b the distance of P from O when t 0.

is the direction of the velocity

vector of P. Your first step is to

find the velocity by integrating

the acceleration. You then use

the fact that the velocity is

6i m s1 when t 3 to find the

constant of integration.

v a dt (4i 2t j) dt

4t i t2j C

When t 3, v 6i

6i 12i 9j C

C 6i 9j

Hence

v 4t i t2 j 6i 9j

(4t 6)i (9 t2) j

When t 2

v (8 6) i (9 4) j 2i 5j

The angle v makes with i is given by

tan

_52

i 2

68.2

motion of P and i is 68.2, to the nearest 0.1.

r v dt ((4t 6) i (9 t2) j) dt

t3 j D

(2t2 6t2) i 9t __

3

When t 3, r 20i 3j

20i 3j (18 18) i (27 9) j D

18j D

D 20i 15j

Hence

the velocity vector

5

makes with i using

trigonometry.

integrating the velocity vector.

Remember to include the

constant of integration.

is a vector. This constant is

different from the constant in

part a so you should give it a

different symbol.

t3 j 20i 15j

r (2t2 6t)i 9t __

3

____

When t 0, the distance of P from O is 25 m.

the distance of P from O using

Pythagoras theorem.

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Example 14

A particle P of mass 0.5 kg is moving under the action of a single force F newtons.

At time t seconds, the position vector of P, r metres, is given by

3t 2 __

t 3 i (2t 2 8t) j

r ___

2

3

Find

a the value of t when P is moving parallel to the vector i,

b the magnitude of F when t 3.5.

j

O

and moves along the path

shown in this diagram.

There is one point where P is

moving parallel to i and you

are asked to find the value of t

at this point.

direction of i, its velocity has

no component in the direction

of j.

3t2 __

t 3 i (2t2 8t) j

r ___

3

2

.

v r (3t t2) i (4t 8) j

of v in the direction of j is 0.

4t 8 0 t 2

.

a v (3 2t) i 4j

Using Newtons second law

F ma

F ma. You begin this part by

differentiating the velocity to

find the acceleration.

When t 3.5

F 0.5(4i 4j) 2i 2j

The magnitude of F is given by

__

__

__

The magnitude of F is 22 .

22

vectors is in Chapter 6 of book

M1.

If F xi yj, then

|F|2 x2 y2.

Example 15

The velocity of a particle P at time t seconds is ((2t2 8) i 5j) m s1. When t 0, the position

vector of P with respect to a fixed origin O is (2i 4j) m.

a Find the position vector of P after t seconds.

A second particle Q moves with constant velocity (8i 4j) m s1. When t 0, the position vector

of Q with respect to the fixed origin O is 2i m.

b Prove that P and Q collide.

p (t 3 8t)i 5t j C

When t 0, p 2i 4j

2i 4j 0i 0j C C 2i 4j

Hence

p (t3 8t)i 5tj 2i 4j (t3 8t 2)i (5t 4)j

The position vector of P after t seconds is

((t 3 8t 2)i (5t 4)j) m.

b

position vectors

in this question

and to write them

both as r m would

be confusing. It is

sensible to write

the position vector

of P as p m and the

position vector of Q

as q m.

q v dt (8i 4j) dt

q 8ti 4t j D

When t 0, q 2i

2i 0i 0j D D 2i

Hence

q 8ti 4tj 2i (8t 2)i 4tj

For the j components of the position vectors to be the same

5t 4 4t t 4

When t 4,

the i component of p is 43 8 4 2 34,

the i component of q is 8 4 2 34.

When t 4

p q 34i 16j

Hence P and Q collide.

Most questions in

this section have

variable velocity

and acceleration.

However, you can

use the relations

between position,

velocity and

acceleration given

in this section if

the acceleration

or the velocity is

constant. If k is a

constant, k dt kt

plus a constant of

integration.

must be at the same point at

the same time. You must find

a value of t for which p and

q are equal. This calculation

shows that when t 4, the

i components of p and q are

both 34 and the j components

of p and q are both 16.

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CHAPTER

Exercise 1C

1 At time t seconds, a particle P has position vector r m with respect to a fixed origin O, where

r (3t 4)i (t3 4t)j

Find

a the velocity of P when t 3,

b the acceleration of P when t 3.

v t2i (2t 3)j

When t 0, P has position vector (3i 4j) m with respect to a fixed origin O. Find

a the acceleration of P at time t seconds,

b the position vector of P when t 1.

3 A particle P starts from rest at a fixed origin O. The acceleration of P at time t seconds

(where t 0) is (6t2i (8 4t3)j) m s2. Find

a the velocity of P when t 2,

b the position vector of P when t 4.

4 At time t seconds, a particle P has position vector r m with respect to a fixed origin O, where

r 4t2i (24t 3t2)j

a Find the speed of P when t 2.

b Show that the acceleration of P is a constant and find the magnitude of this acceleration.

that, at time t seconds after projection, its position vector r m relative to O is given by

r (t3 12t)i (4t2 6t)j, t 0

Find

a the speed of projection of P,

b the value of t at the instant when P is moving parallel to j,

c the position vector of P at the instant when P is moving parallel to j.

6 At time t seconds, the force F newtons acting on a particle P, of mass 0.5 kg , is given by

F 3ti (4t 5)j

When t 1, the velocity of P is 12i m s1. Find

a the velocity of P after t seconds,

b the angle the direction of motion of P makes with i when t 5, giving your answer to the

nearest degree.

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v (3t2 2)i (6t 4)j.

When t 2, P has position vector 9j m with respect to a fixed origin O. Find

a the distance of P from O when t 0,

b the acceleration of P at the instant when it is moving parallel to the vector i.

8 At time t seconds, the particle P is moving in a plane with velocity v m s1 and acceleration

a m s2, where

a (2t 4)i 6j.

Given that P is instantaneously at rest when t 4, find

a v in terms of t,

b the speed of P when t 5.

9 A particle P is moving in a plane. At time t seconds, the position vector of P, r m, is given by

r (3t2 6t 4)i (t3 kt2)j, where k is a constant.

__

a Find the two possible values of k.

b For both of these values of k, find the magnitude of the acceleration of P when t 1.5.

10 At time t seconds (where t 0), the particle P is moving in a plane with acceleration a m s2,

where

a (5t 3)i (8 t)j

When t 0, the velocity of P is (2i 5j) m s1. Find

a the velocity of P after t seconds,

b the value of t for which P is moving parallel to i j,

c the speed of P when it is moving parallel to i j.

11 At time t seconds (where t 0), a particle P is moving in a plane with acceleration

(2i 2tj) m s2. When t 0, the velocity of P is 2j m s2 and the position vector of P is 6i m

with respect to a fixed origin P.

a Find the position vector of P at time t seconds.

At time t seconds (where t 0), a second particle Q is moving in the plane with velocity

((3t2 4)i 2tj) m s1. The particles collide when t 3.

b Find the position vector of Q at time t 0.

12 A particle P of mass 0.2 kg is at rest at a fixed origin O. At time t seconds, where 0 t 3,

a force (2ti 3j) N is applied to P.

a Find the position vector of P when t 3.

When t 3, the force acting on P changes to (6i (12 t2)j) N, where t 3.

b Find the velocity of P when t 6.

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CHAPTER

Mixed exercise 1D

1 A particle P is projected from a point O on a horizontal plane with speed 42 m s1 and with

angle of elevation 45. After projection, the particle moves freely under gravity until it strikes

the plane. Find

a the greatest height above the plane reached by P,

b the time of flight of P.

2 A stone is thrown horizontally with speed 21 m s1 from a point P on the edge of a cliff

h metres above sea level. The stone lands in the sea at a point Q , where the horizontal

distance of Q from the cliff is 56 m.

Calculate the value of h.

3 A particle P moves in a horizontal straight line, At time t seconds (where t 0) the velocity

v m s1 of P is given by v 15 3t. Find

a the value of t when P is instantaneously at rest,

b the distance travelled by P between the time when t 0 and the time when P is

instantaneously at rest.

4 A particle P moves along the x-axis so that, at time t seconds, the displacement of P from O

is x metres and the velocity of P is v m s1, where

v 6t _21 t3.

a Find the acceleration of P when t 4.

b Given also that x 5 when t 0, find the distance OP when t 4.

5 At time t seconds, a particle P has position vector r m with respect to a fixed origin O, where

r (3t2 4)i (8 4t2)j

a Show that the acceleration of P is a constant.

b Find the magnitude of the acceleration of P and the size of the angle which the

acceleration makes with j.

6 At time t 0 a particle P is at rest at a point with position vector (4i 6j) m with respect to

a fixed origin O. The acceleration of P at time t seconds (where t 0) is

((4t 3)i 6t2j) m s2. Find

a the velocity of P when t _21,

b the position vector of P when t 6.

7 A ball is thrown from a window above a horizontal lawn. The velocity of projection is

15 m s1 and the angle of elevation is , where tan _34. The ball takes 4 s to reach the lawn.

Find

a the horizontal distance between the point of projection and the point where the ball hits

the lawn,

b the vertical height above the lawn from which the ball was thrown.

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horizontal ground. The projectile moves freely under gravity until it reaches the ground at

the point B. Find

a the distance AB,

b the speed of the projectile at the instants when it is 15 m above the plane.

9 At time t seconds, a particle P has position vector r m with respect to a fixed origin O, where

r 2 cos 3ti 2 sin 3tj

.

a Find the velocity of P when t __

6

b Show that the magnitude of the acceleration of P is constant.

10 A particle P of mass 0.2 kg is moving in a straight line under the action of a single variable

force F newtons. At time t seconds the displacement, s metres, of P from a fixed point A is

given by s 3t 4t2 _21 t3.

Find the magnitude of F when t 4.

11 At time t seconds (where t 0) the particle P is moving in a plane with acceleration a m s2,

where

a (8t3 6t)i (8t 3)j

When t 2, the velocity of P is (16i 3j) m s1. Find

a the velocity of P after t seconds,

b the value of t when P is moving parallel to i.

12 A particle of mass 0.5 kg is acted upon by a variable force F. At time t seconds, the velocity

v m s1 is given by

v (4ct 6)i (7 c)t2j, where c is a constant.

a Show that F [2ci (7 c)tj] N.

b Given that when t 5 the magnitude of F is 17 N, find the possible values of c.

13 A ball, attached to the end of an elastic string, is moving in a vertical line. The motion of the

ball is modelled as a particle B moving along a vertical axis so that its displacement, x m,

t . Find

from a fixed point O on the line at time t seconds is given by x 0.6 cos ___

3

a the distance of B from O when t _21,

( )

c the magnitude of the acceleration of B when t 1. Give your answer to 3 significant

figures.

14 A light spot S moves along a straight line on a screen. At time t 0, S is at a point O. At time

t seconds (where t 0) the distance, x cm, of S from O is given by x 4t e0.5t. Find

a the acceleration of S when t ln 4,

b the greatest distance of S from O.

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CHAPTER

15 A particle P is projected with velocity (3ui 4uj) m s1 from a fixed point O on a horizontal

plane. Given that P strikes the plane at a point 750 m from O,

a show that u 17.5,

b calculate the greatest height above the plane reached by P,

c find the angle the direction of motion of P makes with i when t 5.

elevation .

u2 sin 2.

a Show that the range of the projectile is ________

g

b Hence find, as varies, the maximum range of the projectile.

2

c Given that the range of the projectile is ___

3g

answers to 0.1.

17

B

40 m s1

15.1 m

A

30

A golf ball is driven from a point A with a speed of 40 m s1 at an angle of elevation of 30.

On its downward flight, the ball hits an advertising hoarding at a height 15.1 m above the

level of A, as shown in the diagram above. Find

a the time taken by the ball to reach its greatest height above A,

b the time taken by the ball to travel from A to B,

c the speed with which the ball hits the hoarding.

18 A particle P passes through a point O and moves in a straight line. The displacement,

s metres, of P from O, t seconds after passing through O is given by

s t3 11t2 24t

a Find an expression for the velocity, v m s1, of P at time t seconds.

b Calculate the values of t at which P is instantaneously at rest.

c Find the value of t at which the acceleration is zero.

d Sketch a velocity-time graph to illustrate the motion of P in the interval 0 t 6,

showing on your sketch the coordinates of the points at which the graph crosses the

axes.

e Calculate the values of t in the interval 0 t 6 between which the speed of P is greater

E

than 16 m s1.

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19 A point P moves in a straight line so that, at time t seconds, its displacement from a fixed

point O on the line is given by

s

3t2,

0t3

24t 36,

3 t6

t 6.

Find

a the velocity of P when t 4,

b the velocity of P when t 10,

c the greatest positive displacement of P from O,

d the values of s when the speed of P is 18 m s1.

20 The position vector of a particle P, with respect to a fixed origin O, t time t seconds

(where t 0) is [ ( 6t _21 t3 )i (3t2 8t)j ] m. At time t seconds, the velocity of a second

particle Q moving in the same plane as P is (8i 3tj) m s1.

a Find the value of t at the instant when the direction of motion of P is perpendicular to the

direction of motion of Q.

b Given that P and Q collide when t 4, find the position vector of Q with respect to O

when t 0.

1

The vertical motion of the projectile is motion with constant acceleration of magnitude

g m s2. You can use the constant acceleration formulae from M1.

The horizontal motion of a projectile is motion with constant speed. You can use the

formula distance speed time.

To find the velocity from the displacement, you differentiate

with respect to time.

To find the acceleration from the velocity you differentiate

with respect to time.

Using symbols:

dx

v ___

dt

d2x

dv ____

a ___

dt dt2

v a dt

x v dt

To obtain the velocity from the acceleration, you integrate with respect to time.

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CHAPTER

To obtain the displacement from the velocity, you integrate with respect to time.

Displacement / Position

Integrate

Differentiate

This diagram

summarises

points 3 to 6.

Velocity

Differentiate

Integrate

Acceleration

30

Often a dot is used as a short notation for differentiating with respect to time.

One dot is used when you differentiate once with respect to time and two dots are used

when you differentiate twice.

dr r. x. i y. j

If r xi yj, then v ___

dt

dv ___

d2r r.. x.. i y.. j

and a ___

dt

dt2

When you integrate a vector with respect to time, the constant of integration is a vector.

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