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Unit 1 – Test Review
Write the mathematical expression for Object 1 Position = -2(m/sec)*time + 90(m) tIme (sec) Position (meters) 45 90
Predict the position at 100 seconds. Position = -2(m/sec)*time + 90m time (sec) Position (meters) 45 90 x = - 110 meters
What is the same at the point where the objects intersect. AB The position
Are the velocities constant? AB Yes, it is a straight line.
Draw a motion map for each object on the same line. AB
What is the velocity at 17 seconds? -8 m/sec time (sec) Position (meters) 45 40 302015
What is the velocity at 40 seconds? 2.6 m/sec time (sec) Position (meters) 45 40 302015
What is the total distance travelled? 80 m time (sec) Position (meters) 45 40 302015
What is the total displacement? 0 m time (sec) Position (meters) 45 40 302015
Make a motion map. time (sec) Position (meters) 45 40 302015
Look at the motion map below and make a position vs time graph x t
Motion Is it moving? How is it measured?. Describing Motion MOTION When an object changes position relative to a reference point we call it MOTION! Reference.
Motion and Force A. Motion 1. Motion is a change in position 2. Reference points are necessary.
MOTION GRAPHS. INTERPRET THE GRAPH BELOW: 1.What is the graph showing? Speed, Velocity, Acceleration, Deceleration? 2.How do you know? 3.Explain what.
Straight Line Motion Looking at position, velocity, and acceleration from the integral.
Motion Graphs Let’s go over the basics.. Acceleration vs. time graphs (a vs. t) These graphs are boring, and will only have a straight line above the.
Sec 3.7: Rates of Change in the Natural and Social Sciences Syllabus: Example 1 only instantaneous rate of change of S with respect to t instantaneous.
Physics 151 Week 4 Day 2 Topics –Motion Graphs –Area under a curve (velocity to position) –Constant acceleration equations.
Motion, Speed, & Velocity. Motion Motion is a change in position (relative to a reference point) *reference point- stationary (still) object.
Graphing Motion, Speed and Velocity. Graphs of Motion A Distance vs. time graph that is a straight line always means the object moves the same.
Graphical Analysis of Linear Motion. A car travels along a road at a constant velocity of 10. m/s time (s) position (m)
How Far? distance: –symbol: d –units: meters displacement: –symbol: –units: meters How far an object has traveled Is a “vector” quantity How far an.
Motion Graphs Distance vs. Time Graphs. Motion Graphs Show the motion of an object in a graph. Graphs can help make motion easier to picture and understand.
Chapter 2 Motion in One Dimension 2-1 Displacement and Velocity Motion – takes place over time Object’s change in position is relative to a reference.
Graphing motion. Displacement vs. time Displacement (m) time(s) Describe the motion of the object represented by this graph This object is at rest 2m.
-Speed and Velocity -Uniform Linear Motion Physics Mrs. Coyle
Investigation 4A Key Question: Can you predict the speed of the car as it moves down the track? Speed.
Graphically Representing Motion Displacement vs. Time graphs Velocity vs. Time graphs.
Representing Motion in a Variety of Ways Graphs: - Allows us to interpret motion without even seeing the motion occur What was the object’s velocity (not.
He Ashely is approaching a stoplight moving with a velocity of 30.0 m/s. The light turns yellow, and Ashley applies the breaks and skids to a stop. If.
MOTION GRAPH CHALLENGE. 1.Be sure you know your physics ‘stuff’ about speed, average speed, velocity, acceleration, and deceleration. 2.Interpret the.
ENGR 215 ~ Dynamics Section Polar Coordinates.
Measuring Motion Speed Velocity Acceleration.
Preview Objectives One Dimensional Motion Displacement Average Velocity Velocity and Speed Interpreting Velocity Graphically Chapter 2 Section 1 Displacement.
Uniform Motion. 1) Uniform (rectilinear) motion a) Constant Speed b) straight line c) same direction 2) Speed a) Distance covered in a period of time.
What is motion? An object is in motion when it’s distance from another object changes. What is a reference point? It is an object or place used to determine.
Kinematics. Kinematics is the study of motion. Distance normally refers to the total distance an object moves during a particular journey. Displacement.
Chapter 21 Kinematics 21.1 Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration.
Measuring Motion Chapter 1 Section 1. Observing motion by using a reference point Reference point – an object that appears to be stationary or mobile.
Motion Brain Challenge Quiz Velocity is a.The distance an object travels b.An object’s speed and direction of motion c.an object traveling in a.
Motion in One Dimension Average Versus Instantaneous.
Constant Velocity The position increases by 2 meters every second. The position decreases by 2 meters every second.
SLOWLY UNCOVERING VELOCITY…. 8.1 Continued: POSITION – TIME GRAPHING WITH UNIFORM MOTION.
Science Starter! Complete the worksheet “Science Starter!” (on teacher’s desk).
Coordinates You will need your graph worksheet Interpret the Graph Below: The graph shows an object which is not moving (at rest). The distance stays.
Derivative Examples 2 Example 3 Complete the velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. time graphs for an object whose motion results in the position vs.
MOTION. Chapter Four: Motion 4.1 Position, Speed and Velocity 4.2 Graphs of Motion 4.3 Acceleration.
Warm up Problems 1) Approximate using left- and right- hand Riemann sums, n = 6. 2) 3) Find without a calculator.
Kinematics deals with situations involving motion. S=distance/displacement. If s=0, object is at starting point +- relates to position from a certain.
I: Intro to Kinematics: Motion in One Dimension AP Physics C Mrs. Coyle.
Motion Graphs Review. Interpret The Graph Below:
Motion Measuring Motion. Observing Motion Motion~when an object changes position over time when compared to a reference point Reference point~an object.
Distance Time Graphs Time is always plotted on x axis Distance is always plotted on y axis To figure average speed, divide distance by time.
What is acceleration? – Probably heard it mean: “the process of speeding up” – More specifically: the rate at which velocity changes. Remember that velocity.
Motion & Graphs Motion graphs are an important tool used to show relationships between position, speed and time. It’s an easy way to see how speed or.
Motion Graphs (p in notebook). Interpret The Graph Below: (As time increases, ….)
CH. 2 NOTES Abbreviated. Distance vs. Displacement Distance – how far an object travels (meters) Displacement – straight line path between two points.
Let’s Review VELOCITY is the SLOPE of a distance, position, or displacement vs. time graph.
Motion Distance and Displacement Vectors. INTRO Watch the video Intro Video Intro Video Define distance in your own words draw an example of distance.
8.1 Motion “reference frame” – more commonly called “ frame of reference” Motion is related to some stationary (unmoving) object, called the frame of reference.
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