# Dynamics/Tips For Editing

## Introduction edit

This page gives some tips on how to go about adding content to a Wikiversity page.

## Adding a Figure (GIF) and a Caption edit

Taken from Robotic Mechanics and Modeling/Kinematics

## Adding References edit

If you would like to add a reference to a book, such as Applied Dynamics by Rutgers Professor Haim Baruh, you can add a reference that appears as a superscript.^{[1]}
If you look at the source, you will see a **ref name**, which makes it possible to cite the reference again like this.^{[1]} At the bottom of this page, you will also find this command **{{Reflist}}** under References.

## Adding Equations edit

Here are examples of adding equations:

The angular velocity vector defined above may be equivalently expressed as an **angular velocity tensor**, the matrix (or linear mapping) *W* = *W*(*t*) defined by:

## Adding Links to Wikipedia edit

*Content from Kinematics and Robot kinematics *

## Adding Links to Wikiversity edit

Check out Kinematics

## Adding Bulleted List edit

## Adding Links to YouTube edit

Rotary Actuators Based on Pneumatically Driven Elastomeric Structures

## Adding Hidden Code that Requires a Click to Expand edit

An example of how to setup a symbolic expression in IPython.

```
%reset -f
from sympy import symbols
x_f,x_i,v_c,a_c,t = symbols('x_f x_i v_c a_c t')
x_f=x_i+v_c*t+1/2*a_c*t*t
x_f
```

## Adding a Simple Quiz edit

The example below comes from Help:Quiz-Simple.

## Adding a More Complex Quiz Question edit

The example below comes from Help:Quiz.

## References edit

- ↑
^{1.0}^{1.1}Baruh, Haim (2014).*Applied Dynamics*. p. 31. doi:10.1201/b17897. http://dx.doi.org/10.1201/b17897.