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Motion Identify the rate EnergyUnitAcceleration Allah e5alee el calculator Col VII Col VIII
When will an object be in motion? 1x1001x100 1x1001x100
1x2001x200 1x2001x200 What is a resultant force?
1x3001x300 1x3001x300 State Newton’s three laws of motion
1x4001x400 1x4001x400 The slope in a displacement VS time graph gives the __________
1x5001x500 1x5001x500 Draw a displacement VS time graph of your car leaving home until the first stop and then you going back since you forgot your physics homework.
2x1002x100 2x1002x100 What is meant by rate?
2x2002x200 2x2002x200 Displacement over time
2x3002x300 2x3002x300 Distance over time
2x4002x400 2x4002x400 Change of velocity over time
2x5002x500 2x5002x500 Change of energy over time
3x1003x100 3x1003x100 Define work
3x2003x200 3x2003x200 The change of energy is equal to _________
3x3003x300 3x3003x300 What are the 9 forms of energy?
3x4003x400 3x4003x400 How are power and work related?
3x5003x500 3x5003x500 When will the Kinetic Energy be equal to the Potential energy when you throwing a rock from up a hill?
4x1004x100 4x1004x100 Kinetic energy
4x2004x200 4x2004x200 force
4x3004x300 4x3004x300 acceleration
4x4004x400 4x4004x400 power
4x5004x500 4x5004x500 displacement
5x1005x100 5x1005x100 What’s the acceleration if the velocity is constant?
5x2005x200 5x2005x200 When will the acceleration be negative? (deceleration)
5x3005x300 5x3005x300 When will a car accelerate?
5x4005x400 5x4005x400 How is acceleration related to force
5x5005x500 5x5005x500 If the resultant force is zero, is an object accelerating?
6x1006x100 6x1006x100 A girl does 1000 joules of work in 5 seconds. What power does she develop?
6x2006x200 6x2006x200 In 1 second, a light bulb transfers 3 joules to light and 57 J to heat. What is the efficiency?
6x3006x300 6x3006x300 A girl throws a ball upward at a velocity of 10 m/s. How high does it go?
6x4006x400 6x4006x400 A sports car accelerates from rest at 4m/s 2 for 10s. Calculate the final velocity.
6x5006x500 6x5006x500 A car-driver of mass 100kg is in a crash. He decelerates, from 30 m/s to rest, in 2 seconds. Calculate his deceleration then the force exerted by his seat and seat-belt.
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Work Energy Kinetic Energy Potential Energy Mechanical Energy Conservation of Mechanical Energy.
Which line represents the greater speed? Graphing motion The greater the speed, the steeper the slope.
P2 1. Motion. 1. Whenever two objects interact the forces they exert are... 1.Equal 2.Opposite 3.Equal and opposite 4.Larger as time increases.
Force and Motion Unit Review. 1. A red car is travelling at the same speed as a blue car travelling in the opposite direction. The red car’s __________________.
Kinetic Energy and Work. Energy Loosely defined as the ability to do work There are many types of energy, but the total energy of a system always remains.
Ch 4 Motion Ch 5 Forces Ch 6 Newtons laws Ch 7 Energy Ch 8 Phase changes
Chapter 6: Conservation of Energy. Introduction l Energy – ability to perform work. l Unit of energy (and of work) – Joules (J) 1 J = 1 N- m = 1 kg- m.
Motion and Speed. Motion Definition: When an object changes its position relative to a reference point Distance – How far an object has moved. Displacement.
Objectives: 1.Be able to distinguish between distance and displacement 2.Explain the difference between speed and velocity 3.Be able to interpret motion.
Energy and its Conservation Chapter 11 Physics Principles and Problems Zitzewitz, Elliot, Haase, Harper, Herzog, Nelson, Nelson, Schuler and Zorn McGraw.
1 Work Readings: Chapter Newton’s Second Law: Net Force is zero – acceleration is zero – velocity is constant – kinetic energy is constant Newton’s.
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Physical Science Laws of Motion. Objectives Identify the law that says that objects change their motion only when a net force is applied Relate the first.
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Acceleration a change in velocity ( speed or direction or both ) over time –speeding up or slowing down –changing direction moving in a circle is always.
Energy, Work and Power. Work, Energy and Power Objectives: Describe the relationship between work and energy Calculate the work done by a constant applied.
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