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IB Motion Graph Review
Distance/Position/Displacement Time Graphs Constant vel.Starting point Slope = Velocity Slower Velocity
Positive Negative Quadrants Where object is w/ref to starting point.
What is the object’s: a. displacement distance 10 30
Constant / Uniform Acceleration. On velocity time graph acclConstant / Uniform Acceleration. On velocity time graph accl. is slope of straight line. + or neg a shown?
What’s going on here physically?
Sign of velocity is direction of motion shown by the quadrant.What does this show?
What does -v mean?
What does the sign of slope mean?
Displacement = Area Under Curve v = d/t then, vt = d.
To find displacement, calc area of triangle + rectangle.
When is object back at start point?+ area must = - area
Acceleration – time graphsGraph d-t, v-t, a-t tossed ball & caught at same height.
Kerr pg 39 #1 & pg 71 Topic 2.1 #1-4.
Physics Lab 1 Graph Matching Mr. Chin-Sung Lin. Kinematics.
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.
Velocity-Time Graphs SPH4C – Unit #1 Kinematics. Learning Goals and Success Criteria After this topic I will be able to… Determine the displacement and.
Drawing Velocity Time Graphs from Position Time Graphs
1D Kinematics. Distance Time (DT) Graph Slope of a DT graph gives speed D This is a graph of an object not moving. No slope = No speed T.
IP2.6.6 Calculating acceleration and distance travelled from a vt graph © Oxford University Press 2011 Calculating acceleration and distance travelled.
Acceleration Section 5.3 Physics.
Acceleration. Velocity (v) - rate of position change. Constant v – rate stays the same, equal distance for equal t interval. Acceleration (a)- rate of.
Velocity Time Any lines above the x-axis represent positive velocities, (regardless of their slope). positive velocities Lines below the axis represent.
Preliminary Questions 2B.1.1: Position, Velocity, Acceleration Plots The plot to the right represents the motion of an object. During period 1, the object’s.
Things to know!. Velocity-Time Graphs A velocity-time (V-T) graph shows an object’s velocity as a function of time. A horizontal line = constant velocity.
Acceleration Section 6.1 in your textbook.. Thinking questions Describe the physical sensations (feelings) that you have when you experience these changes.
Motion Graphs. Position is on the vertical axis Time is on the horizontal axis Slope (rise/run or Δy/Δx) = velocity A curved graph shows acceleration.
GRAPHS INTERPRET MEASURE SLOPE -INSATATANEOUS AND AVERAGE MEASURE AREA.
Part 2 Graphs of Motion. Part 2 Graphs of Motion.
ACCELERATION. WHAT DO WE DO WHEN MOTION LOOKS LIKE THIS?
Mechanics - Kinematics
Diagrams and Motion Graphs. The slope is equal to the acceleration. Because we only consider constant acceleration, v/t graphs will always be straight.
Velocity-Time Graphs and Acceleration. What does a v-t graph look like? Time is marked on the horizontal axis and velocity is on the vertical. Graphs.
Velocity-Time Graphs. The slope of a velocity-time graph represents acceleration. A positive slope – positive acceleration Negative slope – negative acceleration.
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