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Speed and Acceration
distance Total distance an object travels from a starting point to ending point
speed How fast or slow an object moves – it is scalar s = d/t Speed does not have direction so it is not a vector
displacement how far away an object is from its starting point.
slope A way to figure out acceleration from a velocity vs time graph Y 2 – y 1 / x 2 – x 1
Acceleration The change of velocity divided by the change in time It is a vector A = V f – v i / t a = v 2 –v 1
vectors Has magnitude and direction Magnitude is the amount Direction could be up or down, east, west, north or south, negative or positive
Velocity How fast or slow an object moves in a certain direction it’s a vector
Motion and Force A. Motion 1. Motion is a change in position
Aim: How can we distinguish between speed, velocity and acceleration?
Unit 02 Linear Motion Introduction to Motion ~Notes~
Describing Motion: Velocity & Acceleration
8.1 The Language of Motion Some common words used to describe motion include: Distance Time Speed Position How would you describe the motion of the soccer.
SPEED AND VELOCITY NOTES
Linear Motion. Moving things have two different kinds of motion Linear Motion Harmonic Motion Motion is a change in position in a certain amount of time.
Negative 10 Miles per Hour? Velocity and Speed.
Physics Ch. 3 Position, Speed, and Velocity
Reference Point Scalar Vector Position Distance Displacement Speed
Motion in One Dimension Kinematics. Distance vs. Displacement Distance – how far you’ve traveled Scalar quantity - 20 m Displacement – shortest distance.
Aim: How can we distinguish between a vector and scalar quantity? Do Now: What is the distance from A to B? Describe how a helicopter would know how to.
Displacement vs Time, Velocity vs Time, and Acceleration vs Time Graphs.
The Language of Motion Position – Velocity – Acceleration.
Moving Right and Moving Left Post-Activity 1.In every case in this activity the graph of position vs. time was linear. What does that tell you about the.
Velocity-Time Graphs What is it and how do I read one?
Motion-a change in position. Position- where an object is at a specific time (including direction) Ex. 7km North of Building A Distance-interval.
Motion Is it moving? How is it measured?. Describing Motion MOTION When an object changes position relative to a reference point we call it MOTION! Reference.
Relationship between time, displacement, velocity, acceleration. Kinematic.
Analysis of a Position vs. Time Graph
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