 # Acceleration Page 11 of Scientific Notebook Section 2.2.

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Acceleration Page 11 of Scientific Notebook Section 2.2

Objectives: Describe Motion In Terms Of Changing Velocity.
Compare Graphical Representations Of Acceleration. Apply Kinematic Equations To Calculate Distance And Velocity.

Spi’s and CLE’s: CLE.3231.Math.2 Solve for variables in an algebraic formula. CLE Investigate kinematics and dynamics. SPI Solve motion and conceptual problems regarding velocity, acceleration, and displacement

Velocity & Displacement Bellwork
A doctor travels to the east from city A to city B (75 Km) in 1.0 h. What is the doctor’s average velocity? Show ALL WORK using the GUESS METHOD

What is Acceleration? The rate of change of velocity with respect to time. aavg = Change in velocity time required for change

Read Page 50(3 minutes) Look at Figure 10
What is the Velocity at Point A? What is the Velocity at Point B? What is the Velocity at Point C?

What are the different types of acceleration?
Velocity with Constant Acceleration Displacement with Constant Acceleration Velocity & Displacement w/Constant Acceleration Final Velocity After Any Displacement

Formulas for Constantly Accelerated Straight Line Motion
See Page 58 of Physics Text Book Copy In Your Scientific Notebook

Guided Practice Page 12 of Scientific Notebook A car accelerates uniformly from rest to a speed of 6.6 m/s in 6.5 s. Find the distance the car travels during this time. 21m

Guided Practice Page 12 of Scientific Notebook A driver in a car traveling at a speed of 21.8 m/s sees a cat 101 m away on the road. How long will it take for the car to accelerate uniformly to a stop in exactly 99m? 9.1 s

Independent Practice Turn in to Teacher A car enters the freeway with a speed of 6.4m/s and accelerates uniformly for 3.2 km in 3.5 minutes. How fast (in m/s) is the car moving after this time? 24m/s

Independent Practice These will be taken up for a grade today.
Turn in to Teacher These will be taken up for a grade today. Please do your own work. Read Page 54; Then Look at Sample Problem D on page 55. Complete: Problems 1-4 Page 55

Closure: Did you Know? Decreases in speed are sometimes called decelerations. Despite the sound of the name, decelerations are really a special case of acceleration in which the magnitude of the velocity – and thus the speed - decreases with time.

Homework Practice E Problems: page 58 (1-6).
Due Monday – Turn in at the Beginning of class or no credit for assignment will be given Show All Work Using GUESS METHOD