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Topic One Topic Two Topic Three Topic Four Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six
Topic 1 Question for 5 Points A place or object used for comparison to determine whether something is moving Show Answer
Topic 1 Answer for 5 Points What is a reference point? Back to Board
Topic 1 Question for 10 Points These are used to describe motion precisely. Show Answer
Topic 1 Answer for 10 Points What are Units of measurement? Back to Board
Topic 1 Question for 15 Points This prefix means “one thousandth”. Show Answer
Topic 1 Answer for 15 Points What is “milli”? Back to Board
Topic 1 Question for 20 Points Stunt pilots make spectacular use of their control over this. Show Answer
Topic 1 Answer for 20 Points What is velocity? Back to Board
Topic 1 Question for 25 Points You can show the motion of an object on a graphing which you plot this. Show Answer
Topic 1 Answer for 25 Points What is distance vs. time? Back to Board
Topic 2 Question for 5 Points This states that Earth’s plates move slowly in all directions. Show Answer
Topic 2 Answer for 5 Points What is the theory of plate tectonics? Back to Board
Topic 2 Question for 10 Points Distance = 1000(5cm/1 yr.) is the equation for this. Show Answer
Topic 2 Answer for 10 Points What is the distance a plate has traveled? Back to Board
Topic 2 Question for 15 Points Scientists use the concepts of ____ to explain how landmasses have changed over time. Show Answer
Topic 2 Answer for 15 Points What are plates? Back to Board
Topic 2 Question for 20 Points A large landmass that was made up of all of the continents we know today. Show Answer
Topic 2 Answer for 20 Points What is Pangea? Back to Board
Topic 2 Question for 25 Points The smallest plate that makes up the Earth’s crust. Show Answer
Topic 2 Answer for 25 Points What is the Juan de Fuca Plate? Back to Board
Topic 3 Question for 5 Points The rate at which velocity changes. Show Answer
Topic 3 Answer for 5 Points What is acceleration? Back to Board
Topic 3 Question for 10 Points Acceleration can be a change in speed and this. Show Answer
Topic 3 Answer for 10 Points What is direction? Back to Board
Topic 3 Question for 15 Points The two states of motion with zero acceleration. Show Answer
Topic 3 Answer for 15 Points What is rest and constant? Back to Board
Topic 3 Question for 20 Points A curved line on a distance vs. time graph it shows this. Show Answer
Topic 3 Answer for 20 Points What is acceleration. Back to Board
Topic 3 Question for 25 Points The type of motion objects have when they continuously alternate directions. Show Answer
Topic 3 Answer for 25 Points What is circular motion? Back to Board
Topic 4 Question for 5 Points The kind of graph usually used to show motion. Show Answer
Topic 4 Answer for 5 Points What is distance-versus-time? Back to Board
Topic 4 Question for 10 Points The equation for any slope. Show Answer
Topic 4 Answer for 10 Points What is rise over run? (rise/run) Back to Board
Topic 4 Question for 15 Points You use this simple formula to figure out acceleration of an object in a straight line. Show Answer
Topic 4 Answer for 15 Points What is final speed-initial speed time Back to Board
Topic 4 Question for 20 Points The type of graph used to chart acceleration. Show Answer
Topic 4 Answer for 20 Points What is speed-versus-time? Back to Board
Topic 4 Question for 25 Points A speed-versus-time graph has a straight line, whereas a distance- versus-time graph has a ______ line. Show Answer
Topic 4 Answer for 25 Points What is curved? Back to Board
The Monumental Marvelous Motion Question The year the Benz Tricycle Car was introduced. Show Answer
The Monumental Marvelous Motion Question What is 1885? Back to Board
What is Motion? Chapter 9 Section 1 and 3. Reference point a place or object used for comparison to determine if something is in motion.
Measurement and Motion Acceleration A Model for Accelerated Motion Free Fall and the Acceleration due to Gravity Acceleration in a Straight Line.
01. When an object’s distance from another object is changing, it is in ___.
Acceleration Ch Objectives Describe the concept of acceleration as a change in velocity. Explain why circular motion is continuous acceleration.
Speed vs. Velocity. Reviewing Key Concepts pg a. What is speed? Speed is distance traveled per unit time. b. What is the average speed of a car.
The four kinematic equations which describe an object's motion are: There are a variety of symbols used in the above equations and each symbol has a specific.
Motion and Momentum Chapter 7. What is Motion? Section 1 an object is in motion if it changes position relative to a reference point. An object moves.
Preview Objectives One Dimensional Motion Displacement Average Velocity Velocity and Speed Interpreting Velocity Graphically Chapter 2 Section 1 Displacement.
Kinematics: What is velocity and acceleration? Lets Review v = d t Distance traveled (m) Time taken (sec) Average Velocity (m/sec) Instantaneous Velocity:
Motion and Force A. Motion 1. Motion is a change in position 2. Reference points are necessary.
NEXT Motion Measure ment Plate Tectonic s Friction and Gravity Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five.
Motion can be plotted on a graph by labeling the X- axis with TIME and the Y-axis DISTANCE.
Position-Time graphs. WHY GRAPH? What is the best way to describe motion of an object to somebody that did not witness it? With accuracy Can be understood.
A pitcher throws a ball, and the batter hits a home run. What changes did the ball go through in its motion? It was still, sped up in the pitchers hand,
Derivation of Kinematic Equations Where do the equations come from?
Chapter 2 Notes. Scientific models Used to solve complex questions 3 types Physical model- Something you can physically manipulate The car and ramp are.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Section 1 p A change in position Motion occurs when something changes position relative to a point of reference.
Forces and Motion 4.05 Determine factors that affect motion including: Force Friction. Inertia. Momentum.
Kinematics in One Dimension Position Vector Displacement Vector, Distance Velocity Vector Acceleration Vector.
Graphs in Economics APPENDIX 1. After studying this chapter you will be able to Make and interpret a time-series graph, a cross-section graph, and a scatter.
Chapter 2 Describing Motion: Kinematics in One Dimension.
Warm Up A particle moves vertically(in inches)along the x-axis according to the position equation x(t) = t 4 – 18t 2 + 7t – 4, where t represents seconds.
Ch. 3 & 4 Motion & Forces II. Describing Motion Motion Speed & Velocity Acceleration.
Motion in One Dimension. Scalar and Vector Quantities Vector- a physical quantity that requires the specification of both magnitude and direction. Scalar-
Mechanics Rotation, Angular Momentum and Gravity.
Motion in One Dimension. Dynamics The branch of physics involving the motion of an object and the relationship between that motion and other physics concepts.
Kinematics The branch of mechanics that studies the motion of a body without caring about what caused the motion.
Graphical Analysis of Motion AP Physics C. Slope – A basic graph model A basic model for understanding graphs in physics is SLOPE. Using the model - Look.
Topic 2: Motion and Force Dynamics By: Mrs. Fagan.
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