THE FOUR BASIC EQUATIONS DON WILL NOT LEARN!

1. v = a * t

2. s = 0.5 * a * t^2

3. F = dp/dt = m*dv/dt = m*a

4. 1/(x/y) = y/x

Don prefers to make up his own definitions and equations, and modify

them as necessary:

Velocity (v) is an inertial displacement; an inertial rate of change

in a body's relative position, during time (t); where the change in

position (l) proceeds at a uniform speed, in an unchanging direction.

Velocity can be graphically depicted with a straight line vector whose

length (l) represents the distance displaced, and its direction

represents the direction of the inertial displacement:

v = l/t

o---------------------->

Forced displacement is a forced change in a body's relative position;

due to a net force, acting on and/or by it during time; where the

change in position proceeds depending on the magnitude, and direction

of the force, and the body's inertia; where its inertia is the ratio of

the force required to the rate of displacement caused.

Forced displacement can be graphically depicted with a curved line in

the direction of the impressed force; whose length (s) is proportional

to the magnitude of the force, and its duration (t).

Where the resultant displacement (d) is the algebraic sum of l, and s.

v = l/t s

o----------------->------------------>

<<------------ d ----------------->>

Something like that anyway.

Don