This is video 2/3 on Curvilinear motion in which I introduce the use and derive the equations of motion using a polar coordinate system.

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http://adampanagos.org Course website: https://www.adampanagos.org/ala-applied-linear-algebra When working with vectors we often implicitly use the standard basis. For example, the vector x = [2; -3] tells us the coordinates with respect to the standard basis {[1; 0], [0; 1]}. At other times it is desirable to work with different coordinate systems that are represented by a different…

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