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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 that represent an object’s velocity versus its time.
What can we determine from a velocity time graph? Velocity and speed Time Acceleration Displacement and distance
What can we determine from a velocity time graph? Velocity - reading directly off the y-axis
What can we determine from a velocity time graph? Time (read off the x-axis)
What can we determine from a velocity time graph? Displacement = area under the curve NOTE: Area formulas: –Area rectangle = length x width –Area triangle = ½ base x height
What can we determine from a velocity time graph? Acceleration = v/t = slope
What can you find from a v-t graph Acceleration = slope at a point on the graph (you may have to use a tangent) Average acceleration = finding the slope of a segment (use the start and end points)
Interpreting v-t graphs Horizontal lines show uniform motion (constant speed and direction). Inclined lines show change in speed or direction, or both: in other words accelerated motion.
Motion and Force A. Motion 1. Motion is a change in position
Objectives: 1.Be able to distinguish between distance and displacement 2.Explain the difference between speed and velocity 3.Be able to interpret motion.
1.2 Speed & Velocity Many people use the terms speed and velocity interchangeably in everyday language. However, they have very different meanings in.
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.
Motion with Constant Acceleration
Velocity-time graphs Homework and Review. Velocity-time graphs.
Velocity-Time Graphs. Velocity-time graphs are graphs that represent an object’s velocity versus its time. Time is marked on the horizontal axis and.
Position-Time and Velocity-Time Graphs
Motion Graphing Position vs. Time Graphs
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. Changing Motion Objects with changing velocities cover different distances in equal time intervals.
Quick Quiz Consider a football coach pacing back and forth along the sidelines. The diagram below shows several of coach's positions at various times.
Velocity Time Any lines above the x-axis represent positive velocities, (regardless of their slope). positive velocities Lines below the axis represent.
Moving Experiences: A Graphical Approach to Position, Velocity and Acceleration.
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.
Motion in One Dimension Average Versus Instantaneous.
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.
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