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Moving things have two different kinds of motion Linear Motion Harmonic Motion Motion is a change in position in a certain amount of time
Linear Motion Goes from one place to another without repeating Involves the concepts of distance, time, speed, and acceleration
Linear Motion What are some examples of Linear Motion?
Linear Motion Speed Is the distance an object travels from one place to another over a period of time Basically it means, HOW FAST AN OBJECT IS MOVING
Linear Motion Speed Speed is a scalar quantity An object with no movement at all has a zero speed
Speed Is calculated by taking the distance traveled divided by the time taken
Linear Motion Velocity Is speed in a given direction Is a vector quantity Is the rate at which an object Changes positon
A bike moves 50 meters in 5 seconds. Calculate the speed of the bike.
A car travels 60 m/s for 60 secs. Calculate how far it traveled.
A car travels 200 miles in 8 hours. Calculate the car’s speed.
Aim: How can we distinguish between speed, velocity and acceleration?
Speed and Acceleration
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NAT.SCI. Motion, speed at acceleration. Motion The relationship between forces and motion is counter-intuitive and so needs careful explanation. We provide.
Acceleration Unit 1 Lesson 2.
2-1 Describing Motion What factors are important when describing motion? Time Distance.
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Motion An object is in motion when it changes it position relative to to reference point.
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Speed 4th Grade science S4P3b.
Motion Velocity and Acceleration Frames of Reference The object or point from which movement is determined The object or point from which movement is.
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The Language of Motion Position – Velocity – Acceleration.
Resolve the vector into x & y components 40.0 m/s at 45 o SoW.
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Relationship between time, displacement, velocity, acceleration. Kinematic.
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