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Jeopardy Vectors 1-D Holdover Concepts Calcu- lations Pictures $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 – Vectors Of X and Y, the one that denotes “vertical”
$100 Question: Vectors What is Y?
$200 -- Vector Components The Pythagorean Theorem
$200 Question: Vectors What is A 2 + B 2 = C 2
$300 -- Vectors For a right triangle, if a = 5 and b = 12, this is what c =.
$300 Question: Vectors What is 13?
$400 -- Vectors If 0.6 is the proportion of V 0 in the horizontal And V 0 is 14 m/s, this is V 0X.
$400 Question: Vectors What is 8.4 m/s?
$500 -- Vectors If 0.8 is the proportion of V 0 in the vertical And V 0 is 13 m/s, this is V 0Y.
$500 Question: Vector Components What is 10.4 m/s?
$100 – 1-D Holdover This is the equation for average speed.
$100 Question: 1-D Holdover What is S avg = d/t?
$200 -- 1-D Holdover This is the equation for distance of free fall.
$200 Question: 1-D Holdover What is d = ½ gt 2 ?
$300 -- 1-D Holdover This is the equation for average acceleration.
$300 Question: 1-D Holdover What is a = Δv/ Δ t?
$400 -- 1-D Holdover This is the significance of negative acceleration
$400 Question: 1-D Holdover What is deceleration or slowing down?
$500 -- 1-D Holdover This is the usual value of acceleration HORIZONTALLY for a projectile.
$500 Question: Equations What is 0 m/s 2 ?
$100 -- Concepts When a projectile is moving upwards, this is The direction the acceleration points.
$100 Question: Concepts What is downward?
$200 -- Concepts When a projectile reaches the highest point Of its trajectory, this is its vertical speed.
$200 Question: Concepts What is 0 m/s?
$300 -- Concepts Of ‘independent’ or ‘dependent, it describes How horizontal and vertical motion of a Projectile are related to one another.
$300 Question: Concepts What is independent?
$400 -- Concepts This is the speed of a ball on its way down (when it passes your hand) if it is thrown straight up into the air with a speed of V 0.
$400 Question: Concepts What is V 0 ?
$500 -- Concepts This is the point in a projectile’s trajectory when It is moving the slowest.
$500 Question: Concepts What is at the apex or top?
$100 -- Calculations If a ball is thrown upward with a speed of V 0Y = 20 m/s, this is how long it will take for It to reach its max height.
$100 Question: Calculations What is 2.04 sec?
$200 -- Calculations If a ball is thrown upward with a speed of V 0Y = 20 m/s, this is how long it will take for It to hit the ground.
$200 Question: Calculations What is 4.08 sec?
$300 -- Calculations If a ball is thrown upward with a speed of V 0Y = 20 m/s, this is its max height.
$300 Question: Calculations What is 20.4m?
$400 -- Calculations If a ball is thrown such that the proportion of Its speed in the horizontal is 1/3 V 0 and V0 = 18 m/s, this is how far the ball will go horizontally in 2 sec.
$400 Question: Calculations What is 12 m?
$500 -- Calculations If a ball is thrown such that the proportion of Its speed in the vertical direction is 1/4 V 0 and V 0 = 40 m/s, this is how long it will take the ball To reach its apex.
$500 Question: Calculations What is 1.02 sec?
$100 – Pictures If the V 0 vectors in these three graphs are the same Magnitude, this graph corresponds to a trajectory With the highest max height.
$100 Question: Pictures What is the one on the left?
$200 -- Pictures If the V 0 vectors in these three graphs are the same Magnitude, this graph corresponds to a trajectory With the maximum range.
$200 Question: Pictures What is the middle one?
$300 -- Pictures If the V 0 vectors in these three graphs are the same Magnitude, this graph corresponds to a trajectory With the lowest max height.
$300 Question: Pictures What is the one on the right?
$400 -- Pictures If the V 0 vectors in these three graphs are the same Magnitude, this graph corresponds to a trajectory With largest proportion of its V 0 directed horizontally.
$400 Question: Pictures What is the one on the right?
$500 -- Pictures If the V 0 vectors in these three graphs are the same Magnitude, this graph corresponds to a trajectory With largest proportion of its V 0 directed vertically.
$500 Question: Pictures What is the one on the left?
Final Jeopardy Jessica paddles at 3 m/s due West and a current carries her 4 m/s to the North, so this is the magnitude of the vector that describes her velocity.
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Jeopardy Vector Components Equations Concepts Calcu- lations Pretty Pictures $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy.
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